In addition to tuition costs, students also find a few hundred dollars worth of fees on their Bursar bill. These fees pay for various resources on campus.
Ball State student organizations, Students For Creative Social Action and Amnesty International, hosted a silent protest in support of closing Guantanamo Bay.
SVS is hosting the SVS Volunteer Recruitment Fair, where nonprofit organizations will have booths and SVS will walk students through the process of volunteering.
Until 2 p.m. today, students have the opportunity to support a fundraiser and soak a University Police Department officer.
A pianist stroked the black and white keys of her piano as Chelsea Devantez and Ariel Dumas belted a song about putting weird items in Devantez’s body. An iPhone 3 was only one of many items sung about on the Emens Auditorium stage as the improv artists made the audience burst in laughter.
Student loan rates may not have doubled this year, but they could increase as a result of President Barack Obama tying interest rates for government loans to the 10-year Treasury note.