This award recognizes outstanding graduating seniors who have displayed an exceptional commitment to community service as a volunteer during his or her undergraduate years at Ball State University. The application can be found at bsu.edu/svs/svsformsandapplications.
Dear Ball State Students – both undergraduate and graduate:
We hope you will consider applying for the Merrell Thomas Marshall Memorial Scholarship. Founded by Ms. Sandy Marshall, in honor of her father, the Marshall Scholarship recognizes students who are committed to diversity-related work in their communities, on campus, and in society at large. The amount awarded for this scholarship is approximately $1,000 for the academic year. Because Ball State students are a diverse group in themselves, we welcome applicants who advocate social justice with regard to race, ethnicity, economic status, national origin, disability, gender, sexual identity, age, and/or religious viewpoints.
Active Minds at Ball State University is pleased and proud to announce its partnership with BOULEVARD, a short film aimed at ending the stigma surrounding mental illness.
The two groups will be hosting an information session this Friday at 5PM in Pruis Hall. Please attend if you wish to learn more. Then, Active Minds invites you to the First Annual Sigma Alpha Epsilon Chili Cook Off at 909 W. Riverside Avenue beginning at 6pm. You can taste all kinds of chili at this fundraiser for only $5, the event, in part, benefits Active Minds.
Questions can be directed to Jake Griffin, Active Minds Chapter President/Founder at firstname.lastname@example.org.