Located on the East side of campus, the eight-story Studebaker East Residence Hall houses around 430 students yearly. The building went through an extensive renovation in 2012, creating space in the residence hall for two-story lounges, study bubbles, a fitness room, a craft room, and a Multipurpose Room. Studebaker East is home to the Kinesiology Living-Learning Community.
Studebaker East is coed and has semi-private bathrooms (a bathroom shared by a small number of students). Furniture within the hall is stackable, allowing students to truly tailor their living space. The hall has central air conditioning as well as rectangular double rooms for students.
Studebaker East Hall, also known across campus as "Stu East" is home to residents from all over the world. It also houses many students who compete on varsity athletic teams at Ball State University. Stu East is the residence hall that is traditionally open year-round and available for on-campus students to stay in during the University's break periods.
- Semi-private bathrooms
- Break housing location
STUDEBAKER EAST HALL DESK PHONE NUMBER
- Game room
- Music room
- Fitness room
- Trash can
- Wireless Internet
- Wired Internet
Kinesiology Living-Learning Community
The Kinesiology Living-Learning Community is for students pursuing majors within the School of Kinesiology. Students living in this community can expect a learning environment that focuses on a variety of issues, specialty areas, and careers related to kinesiology.
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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