The Kinesiology Living-Learning Community is a community for students pursuing majors in the School of Kinesiology. Students living in this community can expect a learning environment that focuses on a variety of issues, specialty areas and careers related to kinesiology.
Location: Kinesiology is located in Palmer/Davidson Halls of the Studebaker West Complex.
- Connect with faculty and staff from the School of Kinesiology outside of the classroom.
- Become engaged in Ball State and the School of Kinesiology through participation in student organizations and other activities.
- Meet other students who share your major and academic interests.
- Participate in programs, events, and trips related to careers in Kinesiology and your academic interests.
- Use athletic training gear, tables, charts and graphs
- Athletic training
- Exercise science
- Health and physical education
- Sport administration
Programming: Events students may choose to participate in include “Meet the School of Kinesiology student organizations,” “Real Talk: Your future in Athletic Training,” a field trip to a professional sports training facility to learn about career options from professionals in the field, and learn about internship and research opportunities from upper-level students engaged in current research projects at Ball State.
Partners: The School of Kinesiology, Career Center, Academic Advising, Ball State Athletics and University Libraries.