The purpose of this study is to define indexes of unilateral dynamic balance on a basis of testing balance on Biodex Balance System, which will serve as a basis for a profile of physically active women – female students of FASTO. The research involved 45 freshmen, sophomore and junior female students at FASTO, 15 students from each year. A sample of variables included a general stability index (GBI), lateral balance index (LDI) and frontal balance index (API). Results obtained from testing indicate that the index between the first and the second year varies for 15%, 13% between the second and the third year while the difference between the first and the third year of study is only 2%. There was even less difference with lateral balance index (LDI): the difference was 8% between the first and the second year, 3% between the second and the third year and 6% between the first and the third year. Comparing index of frontal balance (API) we obtained almost identical results, with slightly stressed differences. The difference between the first and the second year was 18%, 19% between the second and the third year and the difference between the first and the third year of study was only 1%. The obtained results indicate that there is no statistically significant difference in balance indexes and practical training classes do not have enough influence on a development of unilateral dynamic balance.