Residence Halls - Music for All
Residence Halls

Residence Halls

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.

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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_exteriorDeHority 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_exteriorKinghorn 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.

 

noyer_exteriorWith 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.

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