Applying to Ball State University’s Sport and Exercise Psychology graduate program is easy.
1. Take the GRE. GRE scores should be submitted to Ball State University, Code 1051. Please make sure that you do NOT include the Department Code.
2. Apply to Ball State University’s Graduate School by following this link: Graduate School application form
- Prospective students must have completed a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution and have a grade point average (GPA) of at least 2.75 on a scale of 4.0
- Provide contact information for 3 references in the Graduate School Application.
- Send an official copy of your transcript and GRE scores to the Graduate School at the following address:
West Quad, Room 100
Ball State University
Muncie, IN 47306
The University can email official transcripts to email@example.com. However, this must be sent from the University.
For more information about the Graduate School application process please visit their webpage.
are an International Student seeking admission, click here to also view the
International Admission Requirements at the Graduate level.
You will also need to complete Step 2.
Graduate Assistantships are available! If you are interested in obtaining an assistantship within the School of Kinesiology, please contact Amy Vold.
Graduate Assistants within the School are
asked to work 20 hours per week, and they receive a partial tuition waiver
during the academic year and following summer, as well as a stipend
(approximately $10,000). Students will
be responsible for other fees not covered by the waiver each semester.
Graduate Assistants typically have teaching
responsibilities for 1-3 activity sections of PFW Walking classes totaling five
hours per week, in combination with 15 hours of assisting in research with an
assigned faculty member each week. Some
GAs may be assigned to only do research with a designated faculty member for
the full 20 hours.
If you are interested in other assistantships available at Ball State, please visit the Cardinal Career Link webpage or contact the specific department.