Wondering what you are going to do with your free time? Looking for ways to contribute and make a difference? Wanting to develop your leadership skills and gain experience to get an edge on the competition?
Then we are the office for you! The Office of Student Life is a one-stop shop for involvement opportunities. With more than 350 student organizations, a variety of leadership development programs, opportunities for community service, information on Greek life, information on multicultural organizations, and much, much more, our office guarantees you won’t run out of things to do!
Nervous about starting college? Wondering how you can make friends and feel comfortable making the transition from high school? Longing for the excitement of traveling abroad or participating in an extreme adventure trip?
The Office of Student Life coordinates many of the summer bridge programs just for incoming freshmen. Whether you want to engage with a top-notch faculty member in a 1-credit seminar or feel the rush of the rapids during a whitewater rafting trip, we have a series of programs designed to get you ready to begin your journey as a Ball State student.
Searching for Student Organizations
Finding a student organization to get involved with has never been easier! You can now take advantage of an enhanced Pride Guide with listings of recognized student organizations. The student organizations are categorized by type, department, or alphabetical listing, and you can easily navigate from organization to organization. In addition to organization descriptions, you can now find out more details about an organization including membership size, special programs or activities, current Web site, and organization contact information. Check out the Pride Guide to start your search!
Whether you are just starting a student organization or are a member or officer of an existing student organization, we have several resources just for you. Our staff members are also available to answer questions, help you plan events or provide general information. Learn more about: