Due to coronavirus precautions, we will be able to offer on-campus tours only to high school seniors and college transfer students in Fall 2020. However, we invite everyone to engage with us through a variety of virtual opportunities. See if Ball State is the right fit for you!

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Campus Tours

Take a student-guided walking tour of our beautiful campus to see our amazing facilities, landmarks, and  vibrant learning community firsthand.

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Frog Baby

High School Sessions

Interact with our students, staff, and faculty online through live virtual sessions on admissions, financial aid, housing, and academic programs. 

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Shafer Tower

Transfer Sessions

If you currently attend another college, connect with our Transfer Center virtually or in person to see how your credits will transfer to Ball State.

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Self-Guided Tours

To explore Ball State on your own, use our self-guided tours to browse our campus while listening to an audio recording of a current student leading the way. Each tour lasts about 30 minutes. Download the materials below or stop by the Welcome Center in Lucina Hall, where we’ll explain the tours and provide a parking pass for our P14 lot (weekdays only).

Charlie Cardinal's Tour

See our major amenities and landmarks.

Hidden Gems Tour

Discover our students’ favorite places.

Virtual Tour

Can't visit our campus right now? Tour Ball State without leaving your couch.

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Special Visit Events

From Preview Days to Admitted Student Day, we offer a variety of visit programs for high school and transfer students throughout the year. We even have a special event for school counselors!

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Campus Safety Updates

Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Ball State is committed to making sure our students, faculty, staff, and visitors are safe while they are on campus. See Ball State's safety plan for campus visitors and learn more about our coronavirus response

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