Noyer Complex, located near the center of Ball State's campus, can house close to 800 students and is home to Baker/Klipple hall. The building's location provides students with easy access to Bracken Library, Pruis Hall, Whitinger Business Building, the Architecture Building, and the Jo Ann Gora Student Recreation and Wellness Facility.

Baker/Klipple houses a mixture of both freshmen and upperclassmen. Both halls in Noyer are full of Ball State history and tradition and are loved by residents. Howick/Williams has adopted the Armadillo as its hall mascot, while Baker/Klipple has taken the Bee under their wing.

And although the halls are different, the entire Noyer Complex was built with accessibility in mind and provides options for students with mobility needs. The building is coed and has both semi-private and community-style bathrooms. Furniture within the hall is stackable, allowing students to truly tailor their living space. 

Quick Facts


  • Coed
  • Stackable furniture
  • Air-conditioned
  • Semi-private bathrooms


Baker | 765-285-5057       Klipple | 765-285-5059




  • Game room
  • Music room
  • Computer lab
  • Fitness room
  • Lounges

  • Desk
  • Chair
  • Bed
  • Wardrobe
  • Dresser
  • Trash Can       
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  • Wireless Internet
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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. 


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