University Program Board End of Year Bash Program

University Program Board (UPB)

The University Program Board is the largest student programming board on the Ball State campus. UPB provides many events throughout the year to provide fun and free entertainment for students and the campus community. We offer many cultural, educational, popular, and diverse entertainment for students. Our goal is to plan events to help make the Ball State campus the focus of community life for all students.

We plan various events throughout the year including the weekly Friday Night Filmworks series at 9 p.m. every Friday throughout the academic year. All events are FREE with your Ball State student ID! Check out the links to the left for details on our events and how to get involved.

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Upcoming Events

There are no events available at this time.

Executive Board

The Executive Board consists of the president, vice presidents, and committee directors. Committees include Filmworks, Live Entertainment, Marketing, Outreach, and Special Events. The board members are in charge of their respective areas and perform the duties set forth in the posted descriptions for each position. Members are required to hold office hours each week and must attend weekly Executive Board meetings. Executive Board members are selected through elections each November.

Committee Members

If you have attended your three meetings and helped with  events you will be made an official member of UPB, and gain voting rights at our meetings and a committee member t-shirt!  Membership is open to all students, with no application required. Come to a UPB meeting to find out more! Meetings are held virtually every week at 9:00 p.m.





  • 765-285-1031


  • 765-285-2513


University Program Board

Student Center 112

Muncie, IN 47306


Q: What is Student Center Programs?

A: Student Center Programs is the programming unit of the L.A. Pittenger Student Center. It is composed of two student organizations, Late Nite @ Ball State and the University Program Board. Both organizations provide their own unique events but they often collaborate to provide students with the best entertainment on campus.  

Q: Who can attend Student Center Programs events?

A: Ball State students, faculty and staff. Ball State IDs are required for in-person events and affiliated logins are required for virtual events. 

Q: Can I bring my friend who is visiting from another university?

A: Yes! All guests must be 16 years and older. Please make sure you are also following the guest policy outlined by Housing and Residence Life if you live in a residence hall on campus. 

Q: Do I have to wear a mask to Late Nite and UPB events?

A: Yes. All our events require face masks as outlined by the current University policy. Please follow the guidelines of building signage and event management. 

Q: Why do I no longer receive Late Nite or UPB emails? 

A: Ball State now utilizes the Communication Center for all campus-wide emails. Follow the directions below to subscribe to our emails and set your frequency preferences. 

  1. Visit
  2. Click "Manage My Subscriptions" on the red bar at the top of the page.
  3. Enter your affiliated login credentials. 
  4. Scroll down and click "Arts, Culture, & Entertainment."
  5. Scroll down and find "Late Nite." Choose your email preference (Immediate, Daily, Weekly).
  6. Scroll down and find "University Program Board." Choose your email preference (Immediate, Daily, Weekly). 
  7. Scroll to the bottom of the page and hit the red "Update Preferences" button.
  8. You're done! Make sure to also follow us @bsustudentprograms on Facebook and Instagram

Q: I need an accommodation for a Late Nite or UPB event. What should I do?

A: Please send us an email at or depending on which event you are interested in. The sooner we receive your request the better we can accommodate your needs. We work closely with the Office of Disability Services to make sure our events can be enjoyed by all students. 

Q: How do I access virtual events?

A: Any virtual event will be available on our website We will also share these links via Facebook, Instagram and BennyLink. Please find links to our accounts below:

Q: What safety precautions are being taken at SCP events?

A: Student Center Programs is following all guidelines from local, state and national leadership. All attendees must wear a mask. All high touch surfaces will be sanitized frequently. 

Q: Where are Buzz and Hootie?

A: Unfortunately, our mascots will not be utilized this year due to sanitation purposes. 

Q: Where can I find Late Nite and UPB updates?

A: There are several places to stay updated on all our events. See links below: