Quick Facts

  • coed
  • stackable furniture
  • air conditioned
  • semi-private bathrooms
  • break housing (for an additional fee)

Walk-Through Video

For a detailed walk-through of Studebaker East, watch this video.

The eight-story Studebaker East is home to 430 men and women and was opened after extensive renovation in fall semester 2012. Studebaker East features central air conditioning as well as rectangular double rooms for students. Students also can take advantage of the multipurpose room and space for meetings and presentations, along with a new computer lab, fitness room, two-story lounge spaces, a laundry facility that uses card readers, and a music practice room.

Rooms

Rates for each hall vary depending on the type of meal plan you select and the room type selected. See all of our rates and plans.

Studebaker East Rooms and Rates

Room Type

21 Meal Plan

18 Meal Plan

14 Meal Plan

10 Meal Plan

Double Room

$10,932

$10,848

$10,490

$9,620

Single use of a Double Room*

$12,716

$12,632

$12,274

$11,404

Single Room

$12,234

$12,150

$11,792

$10,922

Triple Room

$10,932

$10,848

$10,490

$9,620

* Single use of a double room or suite or apartment is available only when space permits.
** Studebaker East residents staying during break periods will pay an additional charge.

Amenities

hotel

Facilities

  • game room
  • music room
  • computer lab
  • fitness room
  • lounges
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Furniture

  • desk
  • chair
  • bed
  • dresser
  • closet
  • 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.

Humanities Living-Learning Community

The Humanities Living-Learning Community gives freshmen an opportunity to examine humanities topics through trips, workshops, and discussions while taking classes with other students who are considering humanities as a profession. 

Opportunities

  • Engage in activities that promote academic achievement and help enhance skill development like the weekly writing circle, time management strategies and other workshops oriented toward assisting humanities majors succeed.
  • Network with humanities faculty, humanities-oriented student organizations, alumni, upper-class students in the humanities and immersive-learning projects.

Majors

Majors housed within the Humanities LLC include (but are not limited to):

  • philosophy 
  • english
  • religious studies
  • languages 
  • history
  • music

Programming

  • participate in career oriented workshops that address how to leverage a humanities degree in a professionalized society: Stars to Steer By
  • participate in site visits: Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indiana Humanities Council, and the Indiana Historical Society
  • participate in community service and events intended to enrich student development in cultural exploration and understanding.

Partners

  • College of Science and Humanities
  • Career Center
  • Academic Advising

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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