BSU Women's Club

In 1923, the Faculty Women's Club was established to unite and support the women faculty at Ball State University. In 1981, this organization merged with the University Wives Club (est. 1930) to create a social organization for all women who have a connection to Ball State.

Join us as we celebrate our centennial year!

Holiday Open House

Wednesday, Dec. 6, 2023 // 5:30-7:30 PM

Bracken House, 2200 W. Berwyn Rd., Muncie, IN

Enjoy some holiday cheer with friends at the Holiday Open House, graciously hosted by Dr. Jennifer Mearns, the First Lady of Ball State University. RSVP to Julie Barker Holland at by Nov. 30th.

Join the Club! 

The BSU Women's Club invites you to join a community of supportive, enthusiastic women in Muncie, IN! 

Our members range from Ball State University employees and retirees to spouses/partners, alumni, and community friends. 

Learn more about the Club and our legacy of building friendships since Ball State's early days.

Scholarships for Non-Traditional Students

How to Apply for BSUWC Scholarships

Scholarship applications are available January-mid April. 

BSUWC scholarships are open to all students who entered college at least five years after graduating high school and are currently enrolled part-time or full-time in a degree program Ball State University. Each year, we award at least two scholarships to non-traditional students.

Donate to BSUWC Scholarships

Your financial gift helps us sponsor scholarships for incredibly hardworking and deserving non-traditional students at Ball State University. 

Club Events

We host social events throughout the academic year that provide opportunities to catch up with old friends and welcome new faces. 

View upcoming club events.

Interest Groups

Our interest groups meet regularly and offer a wide range of activities—card games, culture sharing, wine tastings, and more!

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Whether you are new to the area or simply looking to expand your circle of friends, we invite you to join our social organization.

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