Ball State University

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    Ball State University a state-assisted residential university. It offers undergraduate and graduate academic programs in architecture and planning, business, communication, information, and media, fine arts, health, sciences and humanities, education, and other disciplines.
    TypePrivate
    Founded1918
    HQMuncie, IN, US
    Websitebsu.edu
    Employee Ratings4

    Latest Updates

    Employees (est.) (Sept 2021)4,977
    Job Openings66
    Cybersecurity ratingDMore
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    Key People/Management at Ball State University

    Geoffrey Mearns

    Geoffrey Mearns

    President
    Loren Malm

    Loren Malm

    Vice President for Information Technology
    Paula Luff

    Paula Luff

    Vice President for Enrollment Planning and Management
    Ro-Anne Royer Engle

    Ro-Anne Royer Engle

    Vice President of Student Affairs
    Alan Finn

    Alan Finn

    Vice President for Business Affairs and Treasurer
    Susana Rivera-Mills

    Susana Rivera-Mills

    Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs
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    Ball State University Office Locations

    Ball State University has an office in Muncie
    Muncie, IN, US (HQ)
    1800 W Riverside Ave
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    Ball State University Financials and Metrics

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    Founding Date

    1918

    Ball State University Cybersecurity Score

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    69/100

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    Ball State University Online and Social Media Presence

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    Ball State University Blogs

    Ball State’s University Libraries Collects, Archives Personal Experiences of Life During COVID-19 Pandemic

    Ball State University is providing a way for people to share their experiences during or related to the COVID-19 Pandemic. Document Your Story: COVID-19 Pandemic Project is an ongoing endeavor, spearheaded by the Ball State University Libraries Archives and Special Collections, to collect and prese…

    Ball State Alum Stephen Beard’s Second Pulitzer-Winning Effort Hits Close to Home

    Winning a Pulitzer Prize is truly a special event in a journalist’s life. Stephen Beard has been fortunate enough to be part of not one, but two Pulitzer-winning efforts. But it’s the most recent award that literally hit home for the Ball State graduate. Mr. Beard, a graphics journalist with USA TO…

    Ball State’s Storm Chasing Class Offers Hands-on Learning for Meteorology Students

    Ball State University’s Storm Chaser Class gives students hands-on opportunities to study the atmosphere, forecast severe storms, use radars, and chase storms in the Great Plains.  Talk about the weather to Ball State University student Ky’lie Garland-Yates, and it’ll quickly cease being a mere top…

    ‘As Close to Irreplaceable As They Come:’ Longtime BSU Police Officer Terrell Smith Retires

    In 1991, Terrell Smith applied for a patrolman’s job with the University Police Department (UPD) at Ball State. He recalls the interviewer asking him: “Why are you the best applicant?” His reply? “I can’t tell you that I’m the best. But I can tell you that if you give me a chance, I’ll be one […] T…

    Through Immersive Learning, Ball State Students Help Shape the Future of Air Travel

    With deep dives into how to keep the public healthy and safe post-COVID-19, Ball State University Computer Information Systems students have weeded through society’s air travel expectations and uncovered what could be done to help meet them. For their immersive learning projects, more than 30 stude…

    Ball State’s Applied Anthropology Laboratories Digging Into Muncie’s History

    Can you name the man who’s widely credited as being “Muncie’s Pioneer?” If you answered Goldsmith Gilbert, you’re likely among the relative few who would get it right. But, right or wrong, do you really know the true story of how history has portrayed him?  And is there more to the story beyond Gil…
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    Ball State University Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was Ball State University founded?

      Ball State University was founded in 1918.

    • Who are Ball State University key executives?

      Ball State University's key executives are Geoffrey Mearns, Loren Malm and Paula Luff.

    • How many employees does Ball State University have?

      Ball State University has 4,977 employees.

    • Who are Ball State University competitors?

      Competitors of Ball State University include Ohio State University, University of South Florida and Stanford University.

    • Where is Ball State University headquarters?

      Ball State University headquarters is located at 1800 W Riverside Ave, Muncie.

    • Where are Ball State University offices?

      Ball State University has an office in Muncie.

    • How many offices does Ball State University have?

      Ball State University has 1 office.