Ball State University
Students and Directors attending the Music for All Summer Symposium will stay in renovated, state-of-the art residence halls. Participants will stay in either Park Hall, the DeHority Complex or Kinghorn Hall.
Park Hall, an environmentally friendly facility, opened in fall 2007. It boasts beautiful two-story lounges with open staircases, and its rich woodwork and fireplaces with plenty of couches and chairs offer a cozy feel. Learn more about Park Hall, and see an exterior photo of Park Hall.
DeHority Complex is newly renovated and opened in fall 2009. DeHority is conveniently located near several academic buildings found on campus. Its state-of-the art technology and environmentally-friendly construction make it a fitting home for its student residents. Learn more about the DeHority Complex.
Kinghorn Hall is the newest residence hall on the Ball State campus. It also features state-of-the art technology and environmentally-friendly design and construction. Learn more about Kinghorn Hall.
With stackable furniture, advanced laundry facilities, computer labs, fitness rooms, different room types, and other services available in the residence halls, Klipple Hall (Noyer Complex) is a popular place to live on campus. Learn more about Klipple Hall.