Does Ball State have a specialized program for students with disabilities?
No, degree requirements are the same for every student, but Ball State does offer a wide range of services for students with disabilities. Disabled Student Development (DSD) can provide academic accommodations such as extra time on exams and an alternate testing location.
The Learning Center offers free tutoring for all core classes at Ball State as well as study skills tutoring and workshops. The Adaptive Computer Technology (ACT) lab has several software and hardware programs designed specifically for students with disabilities. Other support services such as Academic Advising, career advice through the Career Center, and personal counseling through the Counseling Center are also available to students.