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If your health care provider has determined that you are symptomatic for COVID-19, you may be tested through the IU Health partnership. Testing appointments are available seven days a week. However, if you have been advised to be tested and you currently do not have symptoms, there are other testing options available.

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Self-Report Positive Results

Students, faculty, and staff who received positive test results from any provider other than the University's Student Health Center or IU Health must self-report that they have tested positive through the Ball State COVID-19 self-reporting form. (Those who are tested at the Student Health Center do not need to complete this form.)

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Our dashboard, which is updated each day, includes information from Ball State University faculty, staff, and students who have been tested for COVID-19 through Ball State’s health center and those tested via our partnership with IU Health. The dashboard also provides data on positive cases from other sources, primarily self-reporting.

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News and Updates

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Update on Commencement Ceremonies

Read President Geoffrey S. Mearns’ statement concerning the October and December 2020 Commencement ceremonies.

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VIDEO: Additional Steps to Protect Students' Health

Ball State President Geoffrey Mearns and Student Government Association President Connor Sanburn discuss ways to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19.

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EMAIL: Our COVID-19 Dashboard and Testing Options

In late August, Ball State updated its COVID-19 dashboard, as well as provided additional information about testing options.

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