Noyer Complex provides on-campus housing to students. It
comprises Howick/Williams and Baker/Klipple Halls. Many of the complex's
physical features make Noyer easily accessible - and thus a popular location to
live - for students with disabilities and/or mobility limitations. Noyer was
the first coed residence hall building on Ball State's campus.
Namesake:Ralph Noyer, dean of the Teachers at Ball State from 1928 to 1952. Its halls are named for Harry Howick, dean of men and professor of physics; Paul B. Williams, head of physical education department; Viletta Baker, professor of foreign languages; and May A. Klipple, associate professor of English.
Year completed: 1962; renovated in 1996
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