Success in special education relies in large part on your knowledge and training, as well as your passion for the work. But it’s also helpful to be working with the latest technologies and well-equipped facilities.

The TEACH Lab is our adaptive computer lab. The lab is part of the learning experience for many students and is also open to the community to serve children through age 18.

Through innovative research, projects and training, the Center for Autism Spectrum Disorder serves as a resource for individuals with ASD, their families, and the professionals who work with them. 

Another helpful resource is the Teachers College’s Psychoeducational Diagnostic Intervention Clinic. The clinic offers psychological and educational assessments, providing a real-world service and an opportunity for learning.

Our students also benefit from the technology commitment of Teachers College and the university as a whole. Among other accolades, Ball State has earned honors as the nation’s “most unwired” campus, thanks to its top-notch wireless computing network.