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To be considered for most financial aid options at Ball State, submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid as soon as possible, if you haven't done so.
Ball State is a test-optional institution for most incoming freshmen. This means you may choose whether you submit your SAT or ACT scores to us—we do not require them. Not submitting test scores will not count against you.
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You're about to become a Ball State Cardinal! If you're going to be an undergraduate student, you have a few things to do before you start your classes: confirm your enrollment, sign up for housing, and more. Follow our guide through this transition. We'll provide the resources and support you need to succeed from day one.
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