To officially become a Ball State student, you must accept our admission offer by confirming your enrollment below and submitting a $100 nonrefundable deposit, which will be applied to your first-semester tuition and fees.
If you have any concerns about confirming your enrollment, please reach out to our admissions team and we’ll work with you. We understand your uncertainty, and we will help you through it. At Ball State, our mission is education, but our focus is you.
It's Not Too Late to Join Us for Fall 2020
Be sure to confirm your enrollment now to reserve your place in our incoming class, if you haven't done so already. You don't want to miss out on this incredible opportunity! Once confirmed, you'll hear more about Orientation, housing, registering for classes, and other next steps in the enrollment process—all of the ways we will fully equip you to "fly" as a Ball State Cardinal.
You’ll need activate your Ball State username and password. You will use this information to access your Admitted Student Portal, where you will submit additional materials, learn about next steps, and more, and your MyBSU account, which you will use for important university business, such as accepting financial aid, signing up for housing, registering and classes, and paying fees.
To set up your username and password:
- Locate the email from the Technology HelpDesk you received after you applied to Ball State and follow the instructions provided.
- If you cannot locate this email, contact the Technology HelpDesk. (The HelpDesk can also help with username and password problems or you may learn more online.)
Once you’ve set up your Ball State account, you will need to log in to confirm your enrollment.
- Log into your Admitted Student Portal
- Fill out the Decision Reply Form under the "Forms" section of your portal
Also, you will need to pay a $100 nonrefundable enrollment deposit, which the university will apply to your first-semester fees.
Admitted student PORTAL
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Now that you’ve officially accepted your offer to Ball State, you’ll need to start thinking about financial aid, housing, Orientation, and more.