Kinghorn Residence Hall was built in 2010. It features state-of-the-art technology, first-class amenities for students, and Tom John Food Shop. The residence hall has an enclosed courtyard, a multipurpose room, a seminar room, a fitness room, kitchen and lounge spaces, and a music practice room with recording capabilities.
The building is just a short walk from the Jo Ann Gora Recreation & Wellness Center, the Student Health Center, and Worthen Arena. Stackable furniture inside of the rooms allows the capability for residents to easily customize their space. The hall is coed and has semi-private bathrooms.
New for the 2022-2023 Academic year, Kinghorn is home to the Business Living-Learning Community. Over time, residents have adopted the Lion as Kinghorn's hall mascot. The building is popular with upperclassmen, as it offers a variety of room types for students including suites and three roommate setups.
- Semi-private bathrooms
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- Game room
- Music room
- Fitness room
- Trash can
- Wireless Internet
- Wired Internet
Business Living-Learning Community
Kinghorn Residence Hall is home to the Business Living-Learning Community. This LLC is for students pursuing majors in the Miller College of Business. Students living in this community will live in an environment that focuses on exploring the different majors and careers associated with the world of business.
Rooms and Rates
Ball State utilizes a tiered structure for room and board rates, and these vary by residence hall and room type. See all of our rates and plans.
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