The on-site courses listed below are offered at some Indiana high schools and are considered "priority" courses by the state of Indiana. These classes, when offered at a high school, are capped by the state at $25 per credit hour.

English

  • ENG 103 – English Composition: Rhetoric and Writing (3 credit hours)
  • ENG 104 – English Composition: Composing Research (3 credit hours)

Communication Studies

  • COMM 210 – Fundamentals of Public Communication (3 credit hours)

Foreign Languages

  • *CH 101 – Beginning Chinese 1 (4 credit hours)
  • *CH 102 – Beginning Chinese 2 (4 credit hours)
  • *CH 201 – Intermediate Chinese 1 (4 credit hours)
  • *CH 202 – Intermediate Chinese 2 (4 credit hours)
  • FR 101 – Beginning French 1 (4 credit hours)
  • FR 102 – Beginning French 2 (4 credit hours)
  • FR 201 – Intermediate French 3 (3 credit hours)
  • FR 202 – Intermediate French 4 (3 credit hours)
  • GER 101 – Beginning German 1 (4 credit hours)
  • GER 102 – Beginning German 2 (4 credit hours)
  • GER 201 – Intermediate German 3 (3 credit hours)
  • GER 202 – Intermediate German 4 (3 credit hours)
  • *JAPA 101 – Beginning Japanese 1 (4 credit hours)
  • *JAPA 102 – Beginning Japanese 2 (4 credit hours)
  • *JAPA 201 – Intermediate Japanese 1 (4 credit hours)
  • *JAPA 202 – Intermediate Japanese 2 (4 credit hours)
  • SP 101 – Beginning Spanish 1 (4 credit hours)
  • SP 102 – Beginning Spanish 2 (4 credit hours)
  • SP 201 – Intermediate Spanish 1 (3 credit hours)
  • SP 202 – Intermediate Spanish 2 (3 credit hours)

*Chinese and Japanese are not part of the Core Transfer Library list of courses that will transfer among all Indiana public colleges and universities.

Mathematics and Physics

  • MATH 111 – College Algebra (3 credit hours)
  • MATH 112 – Trigonometric Functions (3 credit hours)
  • MATH 161 – Applied Calculus 1 (3 credit hours)
  • MATH 165 – Calculus 1 (4 credit hours)
  • MATH 166 – Calculus 2 (4 credit hours)
  • PHYC 100 – General Physics 1 (4 credit hours)

Science and Humanities

  • BIO 100 – Biology for a Modern Society (3 credit hours)
  • HIST 201 – American History 1, 1492-1876 (3 credit hours)  
  • HIST 202 – American History 2, 1877- to the present (3 credit hours)
  • PSYS 100 – Introduction to Psychological Science (3 credit hours) 

  • On-Site: All dual credit courses taught on-site at your school and not listed among Indiana's Priority Courses are $250 each.
  • Online: Our online dual credit courses are $350 each, plus the cost of textbooks.

For Students Who Qualify for Free or Reduced-Price Lunches

Costs for all dual credit courses are waived for students who receive free or reduced-price lunches. To qualify for this waiver, ask your high school guidance counselor to send documentation to dual Credit Program Coordinator Nancy Day.

Reimbursements from a Parent's Workplace

As an employee benefit, some companies and organizations provide reimbursements to employees if they or a family member successfully complete college courses. Ask your parents to check with their employers. You may find they provide some reimbursement of your dual credit tuition.

A paper bill will be mailed to your home address. Parents may send checks, or for their convenience Ball State also uses an online payment system known as eBill. Parents should use the "Guest Payer" option to make online payments. They will need to know your Ball State ID number to do this. It is included on your paper bill.

Ball State accepts payments via a variety of methods. Please note that an additional processing fee is charged for credit card payments.

Due Dates

Your tuition payment is due on the first day of the month after you receive your bill. Your bill will be mailed to your home and addressed to you. You may opt to pay your bill in partial payments over a series of two to four months.

Refunds

If you need to drop or withdraw from a course, you may be eligible for a refund.

Questions?

If you have any questions about payments, contact the Bursar’s Office.