College of Architecture and Planning: Indianapolis Center

The College of Architecture and Planning: Indianapolis Center (CAP:IC) gives Ball State students the opportunity to help shape the future of Indiana’s capital and largest city by taking part in neighborhood planning, community design, and design workshops. The center draws from the rich interdisciplinary nature of Ball State’s programs in architecture, landscape architecture, urban planning, and historic preservation and serves as a laboratory to engage students in real-world immersive learning experiences.

As an extension of Ball State’s College of Architecture and Planning, CAP:IC

  • serves as a community resource for neighborhoods, organizations, and local government by providing technical assistance in the design and planning fields
  • offers one- and two-day visioning workshops, planning facilitation, and community outreach, providing students with real-world experience while fulfilling a need in the Indianapolis area
  • serves as an urban laboratory for students by facilitating Indianapolis-based studio design projects
  • offers graduate-level courses most semesters
  • serves as a design advocate for the largest concentration of Ball State alumni and design and planning professionals in Indiana
  • promotes the value that design and planning professionals have in Indiana through professional development offerings and conferences, exhibits, and public education

Learn more about CAP:IC and how you can partner with the center.

Ball State Indianapolis Center
50 South Meridian Street
Indianapolis, IN 46204

Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
Phone: 317-822-6167
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