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Ball State Achievements

Education & Games & Strategy
Last Update
Apr 12, 2018
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Ball State Achievements allows Ball State students to complete Achievements and receive Rewards simply by participating in the college experience. Students may choose from several categories such as Athletics, Academics, Culture, Exploration, and more to find Achievements they are interested in completing. Upon completion, they will be rewarded with Experience and Bennies that they can spend in the Store to purchase real merchandise from the BSU Bookstore!

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Jan 05, 2018

Two years I spent periodically trying to log in to this app while few others had success and most got a "we are in beta mode try again later" message . Today I try and the error message has changed, " this is for first year freshman only." That would've been great to know three years ago when the only people I know who actually had access were seniors. Worst execution of an app and the most Ball State thing I've experienced since the terrible dining meal plan set-up.

Apr 15, 2018

This app wasn’t available when I was a student and I haven’t heard anything about it until this year. It’s stupid that only freshmen get access to this when all students should be encouraged to go to events and upperclassmen pay the same tuition as freshmen. Prizes are paid for by our tuition, so all students should have access. Especially since it wasn’t available when some of us were freshmen. This is such a small-minded ball state thing to do. And I’m honestly not surprised

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Sep 09, 2017

I downloaded this app over a year ago and it was in beta. A few of my friends started using it this year and theirs works but mine still won't. Whoever made this app needs to actually learn how to make an app.

Mar 12, 2019

I got 2 over the ear head phones, a turtle Shell 3.0, A fancy fitbit, and a lot of drawing materials. you gotta be a freshman to sign up. DO IT. This is so easy to get points from places, food courts, visiting the library and rec center every day. Very easy to use. Very good.

Sep 30, 2019

This seriously is the best app ever! If you are a freshman at Ball State, do not miss out on it! I got free airpods, apple tv, rec pass, and shirts. Definitely a 10/10

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About Ball State Achievements

Developed by Ball State University (Information Technology).

Ball State Achievements is ranking in   Education & Games & Strategy

Last update was at Apr 12, 2018and the current version is 2.2.17.

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Ball State Achievements have a 18a user reviews.

Ball State Achievements was released in the App Store. It is developed by Ball State University (Information Technology), who have also released the following apps.

Ball State Achievements has 18 user reviews.​

Ball State Achievements has an average rating of 2.8. ​The latest version of Ball State Achievements 2.2.17​ ​​was ​released on Apr 12, 2018​.

You can download Ball State Achievements ​here

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