At LaFollette Complex, you will be close to several academic buildings and the new Student Recreation and Wellness Facility. Plus you will have easy access to a variety of dining choices at LaFollette Square, The Atrium, and Noyer Centre.LaFollette offers the great services available in all residence halls at Ball State such as fitness rooms, free Internet access, free cable TV, and more. When you want to unwind, you can relax in front of a flat-screen TV or enjoy a game of pool. LaFollette Complex is home to the Social Sciences Living-Learning Community, Elementary and Early Education Living-Learning Community, Discover Living-Learning Community, Communication Living-Learning Community and Business Living Learning Community and is near academic buildings.
Concerned about move-in? Check out our move in video for a student moving into a hall in the complex.Housing approximately 1,900 students, LaFollette Complex is the largest residence hall complex on campus. Its halls include Brayton/Clevenger, Knotts/Edwards, Mysch/Hurst, Woody/Shales, and Shively. Shively remains open during holidays breaks and is a good choice for international students and others who are unable to travel home during those times. The complex, which opened in 1967, was named for Robert R. LaFollette, who was a social science professor and department head at Ball State from 1921 to 1961. LaFollette was well-known for his excellent memory and would never forget a student’s name or where the student sat in class.
Brayton/Clevenger Hall Desk Phone Number: 765-285-5012
Knotts/Edwards Hall Desk Phone Number: 765-285-5009
Mysch/Hurst Hall Desk Phone Number: 765-285-5010
Woody/Shales Hall Desk Phone Number: 765-285-5013
Shively Hall Desk Phone Number: 765-285-5008
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