Imagine you could complete 30 hours of college credit before ever even graduating high school. To some, it might seem like an unimaginable concept on top of the workload they already have to satisfy their current academic requirements. To others, it’s a chance to possibly graduate from college early and either get a headstart on their careers or embark on a higher education.
Student government association approves budget request for community garden improvements and has a visit from Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs Tiffany Peters.
Hoping to reshape the future of local workforce attraction and retention for Indiana counties, Ball State has launched a new student ambassador program to help students gain valuable insights to explore career opportunities within their local communities after graduation.
The Health Promotion and Advocacy Office’s new menstruation stations aim to provide free aid to students who have forgotten their menstrual hygiene products and provide informational resources to students with periods.
Both upcoming and past Ball State graduates talk about their desire to pursue education occupations within the dying job market, backed by data from studies done across the country.
How Ball State’s Feminists for Action has evolved from 1992 to now. Feminists for Action (FFA) has continuously encouraged members to have thought-provoking discussions and has organized events to benefit feminist causes.
Through Disability Pride event, two Ball State University organizations bring awareness to those with disabilities
Representatives from the Ball State University Honors College Diversity Project collaborated with the Inclusive Excellence Series to host a Disability Pride awareness event. The event, hosted by diversity fellows from the organization, included lectures from guest speakers within the mental health and disability fields.