Your gift to the college of health general fund makes a difference in the lives of our students.This fund supports over 3,600 students enrolled in majors within the College, as well as, another 4,000+ students taking service courses within our academic areas. This has been a challenging year in the midst of a pandemic, but we are not slowing down. Our faculty, staff and students are making big things happen.

Year to year many things can change in the world of academia, but we are always going to support our students in their achievements. When we couldn’t host our annual Dean’s List Celebration, we congratulated our students with a compilation video, and certificate. We had nearly a thousand students achieve a 3.5 GPA last academic year.

We are so proud of our students who consistently show they are thoughtful, courageous and caring. 83 college of health majors stepped up to be trained by faculty mentors to serve as Cardinal Health Navigators for quarantined students residing on BSU campus. As peer health mentors under the guidance of their faculty liaisons, they provided support to quarantined students by communicating with them virtually via Zoom or WebEx 2-3 times a week.

The College of Health and our students are dedicated to making a difference and impacting our community. Our Interprofessional Community Clinic, had to shut down in-person visits, which was not only detrimental to student practitioners who needed clinical hours, but also to the patients they serve. The College partnered with the Northeast Indiana Health Education Center was able to get telehealth services up and running in the clinic. This program allowed students to receive clinical hours and has allowed the clinics to reach underserved and rural regions throughout Indiana. Your gift to Interprofessional Community Clinic, keeps programs like this running to provide opportinities for students to impact their communities.

The marketplace has a significant need for skilled and adaptable professionals who are clinically knowledgeable, adept at critical thinking and problem solving, and devoted to lifelong learning. Our students are all of these things, and our generous donors are key partners in ensuring students continue to have impactful experiences both in and out of the classroom, which creates dynamic health professionals ready to hit the ground running. Together, we fly.

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6,323 Gifts Unlocks $3,000 for the Multicultural Center
Upon receiving 6,323 gifts, $3,000 will be unlocked for the new Multicultural Center!
6,323 / 6,323 Gifts
Unlock $3,000 for Student Emergency Aid
Upon receiving 6,323 gifts (beating last year's total number of gifts), $3,000 will be unlocked for Student Emergency Aid!
6,323 / 6,323 Gifts
5 Hours, 5 Areas, $1,000 Each
The 5 areas that raise the most money from 7pm-Midnight will each receive $1,000!
Rank Prize Department Raised
1 $1,000 Athletics $30,956.02
2 $1,000 Theatre & Dance $17,061.74
3 $1,000 Indiana Academy $9,981.41
4 $1,000 College of Architecture & Planning $4,541.68
5 $1,000 Center for Information & Communication Sciences $4,046.26
Academic Department Leaderboard
The three academic departments with the most gifts by midnight will receive $8,000, $4,000 and $2,000 in challenge funds respectively.
Rank Prize Academic Department Gifts
1 $8,000 Theatre & Dance 1,500
2 $4,000 Communication Studies 463
3 $2,000 School of Music 315
4 Modern Languages & Classics 230
5 Miller Business Honors Program 217
College Leaderboard
The three colleges with the most gifts by midnight April 6 will receive $3,000, $2,000, and $1,000 respectively.
Rank Prize Colleges Gifts
1 $3,000 College of Fine Arts 1,899
2 $2,000 College of Communication, Information, and Media 1,292
3 $1,000 Teachers College 952
4 College of Sciences and Humanities 876
5 Miller College of Business 467
Noon Challenge
The department/unit/team that has the most donors by noon receives $5,000 in challenge funds.
Rank Prize Department, Unit, or Team Donors
1 $5,000 Theatre & Dance 377
2 Athletics 329
3 The Ball State Fund 161
4 Student Scholarships 109
5 College of Architecture & Planning 102
Most Donors Challenge
The department/unit/team that has the most donors by midnight will receive $5,000 in challenge funds.
Rank Prize Areas Donors
1 $5,000 College of Fine Arts 1,292
2 Theatre & Dance 1,023
3 Athletics 888
4 Teachers College 726
5 College of Communication, Information, and Media 708
Top 5 Donor Challenge
The five units with the most donors by midnight will each receive $1,000
Rank Prize Department Donors
1 $1,000 Theatre & Dance 1,023
2 $1,000 Athletics 888
3 $1,000 Indiana Academy 261
4 $1,000 School of Music 191
5 $1,000 College of Architecture & Planning 187
Evening Leaderboard
The needs of our students are greater than ever! The five areas with the most donors between 8pm-11pm will each receive $1,000 for their area!
Rank Prize Department Donors
1 $1,000 Theatre & Dance 323
2 $1,000 Athletics 169
3 $1,000 Miller Business Honors Program 81
4 $1,000 Indiana Academy 62
5 $1,000 Spectrum 61
Athletic Training Program Match
Glen Snow will match gifts to the Athletic Training Excellence fund (066030F) up to a total of $500!
Kinesiology Scholarships Match
Dr. Marilyn Buck will be matching gifts to her scholarship funds on One Ball State Day!
Nursing Match
Tom Murphy will match any gift given to the Nursing Student Impact fund (6306) for a total up to $15,000!
$1,521 MATCHED
College of Health Leaderboard
The department or school in the College of Health with the most donors on One Ball State Day will receive $500 from the Dean's Office!
Rank Prize Department Donors
1 $500 School of Kinesiology 116
2 School of Nursing 53
3 Counseling Psych, Social Psych and Counseling 27
4 Nutrition & Health Science 25
5 Speech Pathology & Audiology 17
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