2000 University Ave, Muncie, IN 47306
Ball State University is a public university in Muncie, IN. Admission is attainable for most, as the acceptance rate is 65%. It ranks #344 in the nation on our all-around top colleges list. It has a larger student body with full-time enrollment of 14,442 undergrads. 7% of its graduates are awarded a Bachelor's degree in Digital Communication and Media/Multimedia. Other preferred picks include Psychology, Nursing, and Business, but there are 87 different offerings to select from. Its architecture, music and public policy programs are all ranked #2 in Indiana. In addition, Ball State is 3rd in Indiana on our top party schools, best greek life, and best college food lists. For in-state applicants, sticker price tuition costs $7,495. Non-state residents, however, need to cough up $25,685 per year. Before you rule out applying due to cost constraints, you should know that more than 9 in 10 Ball State students obtain monetary aid. 62% of Ball State University undergraduates stick it out to commencement day, wide-eyed and wanting to find a great profession. A couple years after graduation, graduates earn an average salary of $34,000. After another four years on the job, their median income rises 20.9% to $41,100, which is 2.5% over the national median salary. Applicants may like to be informed that it does not offer early decision and your high school transcript is required to apply. What's more, 47% of available classes have 20 to 39 students, and Ball State offers evening degree programs. When it comes to your bank account, be aware that 37% of undergrads secure federal grants. Ball State's campus rating on School Authority is 8.97 and for its faculty, Ball State received a 9.01 out of 10. Concerning the campus experience, 42% of Ball State students live in on-campus housing. To conclude, only4% of alumni default on their student loans and 6% of Ball State's alumni do not have a job two years after graduation.
Average Aid Awarded
Students Recieving Financial Aid
Digital Communication and Media/Multimedia
Liberal Arts and Humanities
Criminal Justice and Safety Studies