With stackable or bunkable furniture, advanced laundry facilities, computer labs, fitness rooms, different room types, and other services available in the residence halls, Noyer Complex is a popular place to live on campus.
It's conveniently close to academic buildings, Bracken Library, and the new Student Recreation and Wellness Facility. Plus, students have lots of dining options to satisfy their hunger, including Noyer Centre or nearby Woodworth Commons or Micro Café.
Howick/Williams and Baker/Klipple Halls are located in Noyer Complex, the first coed residence hall building on campus. Many of Noyer's physical features make this complex easily accessible to students with mobility limitations.
Howick Hall is also designated the location for students in the Health Professions Living-Learning Community and men participating in the Nursing Living-Learning Community.
Noyer Complex was named for Ralph Noyer, dean of the Teachers College and head of the foreign language department at Ball State from 1928 to 1952. Considered a man of keen wit and common sense, he was much in demand as a public speaker. He also was a prolific writer and reader for education journals and periodicals.
This complex originally opened in 1962 and was remodeled in 1996.
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Howick Hall Desk Phone Number: 765-285-5055
Williams Hall Desk Phone Number: 765-285-5056
Baker Hall Desk Phone: 765-285-5057
Klipple Hall Desk Phone: 765-285-5059
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