Quick Facts

  • coed
  • semi-private bathrooms
  • Honors Living-Learning Community
  • loftable furniture
  • air conditioned

Walk-Through Video

For a detailed walk-through of DeHority Hall, watch this video.

DeHority Complex is home to the Honors Living-Learning Community, where students enjoy top-notch housing in a four-story building for approximately 550 men and women.

And DeHority is in a convenient location, close to the Ball Honors House, the home of the Honors College, as well as Bracken Library and several academic buildings.

Rooms

Rates for each hall vary depending on the type of meal plan you select and the room type selected. 

Due to COVID-19, Fall 2020 rates have been adjusted to match the academic calendar. The updated Fall 2020 rates can be found here. 

Fall 2020 COVID-19 Rates

See all of our rates and plans.

Dehority Rooms and Rates - 2020-21

Room Type

21 Meal Plan

18 Meal Plan

14 Meal Plan

10 Meal Plan

Double Room

$11,540

$11,452

$11,072

$10,154

Single use of a Double Room*

$13,424

$13,336

$12,956

$12,038

Single Room

$12,916

$12,828

$12,448

$11,530

Double Room in a Group Suite

$11,902

$11,814

$11,434

$10,516

Single use of a Double Room in a Group Suite*

$13,778

$13,690

$13,310

$12,392

Triple Room

$11,540

$11,452

$11,072

$10,154

* Single use of a double room or suite or apartment is available only when space permits.

Amenities

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Facilities

  • fitness room
  • computer lab
  • laundry room
  • kitchenettes
  • media room
  • study lounges
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Furniture

  • desk
  • chair
  • bed
  • wardrobe
  • dresser
  • trash can
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Technology

  • wireless Internet
  • wired Internet
  • PCs (in Computer Lab)
  • Macs (in Computer Lab)
  • printer (in Computer Lab)
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Dining

This residence hall does not feature an eat-in food service, but the following Dining facilities are nearby.

More Services and Accommodations

On top of the many amenities we provide, we strive to serve all students, including students who are transgender, those with disabilities, and students of any age. Learn more.

Honors Living-Learning Community

Student outside Dehority HallStudents in the Honors Living-Learning Community join a supportive, close-knit environment in a campus residence hall reserved just for Honors College students.

In this stimulating intellectual and social atmosphere, you will enjoy opportunities for informal discussions and programs focusing on the main Honors College pillars of academic, social, personal, leadership, and vocational growth.

Majors

  • Must be enrolled in the Honors College.
  • Open to all majors

Partners

  • Honors College
  • Career Center

Programming

  • Semester kick off for residents to meet their peers and Academic Peer Mentor
  • Monthly programs that integrate academic programming with living space and social space, focused on academic success and the Honors College experience
  • Promotion of Honors College events, connection with Honors Faculty and Advisors
  • Semester trips to business locations that encompass a wide variety of academic disciplines, career fields, and serve as a networking and professional development opportunity
  • Weekly study tables held in the residence hall
  • Opportunity to be connected with other Living Learning Communities to attend major-specific programing in addition to their Honor’s Experience

Learn More about Our Living Learning Communities

Our Living-Learning Communities are part of a university-wide set of programs that provide a supportive environment for freshmen, which has been recognized by “U.S. News & World Report” since 2004. Learn more.

Live at Ball State

Do you know where you want to live next year? Then it’s time to sign up! Or maybe you’re considering attending Ball State and would like to see this place for yourself. You can schedule a campus tour through our Office of Undergraduate Admissions.

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