If you are looking for a residence hall that ties you to IUPUI’s history while also preparing you for the future, Ball Hall is the perfect place to call home. Approximately 325 first-year students reside in our single, double, and triple rooms in this building. Some of the rooms offer air conditioning and attached baths. As our most economical residence hall, Ball Hall is a great value.
Ball Residence Hall
16.4million dollars going into the Ball Hall Renovation!
1928The year Ball Hall opened for nursing students, though all majors are welcome now.
500,000The number of selfies we assume have been taken in Ball Gardens.
Description of the video:Open only to first-year students,
Ball Hall is a traditional style residence hall built in 1928.
But age is only a number!
This building not only keeps its historic charm,
but also benefits from a recent 16 million dollar renovation, modernizing its interior features and amenities.
join us on this tour, where we will explore Ball Hall, and see why so many of our residents love to call IUPUI home.
At the entrance is the community desk
where you may pick up packages and access other services from our staff
such as lockout and work order assistance.
On that note, to set yourself up for a successful experience on campus by becoming familiar with important housing policies and procedures,
go to our website for our full residential handbook.
Resident rooms consist of single, double, and triple occupancy rooms
and include a twin XL bed and mattress, three drawer, dresser, desk, chair, and a closet or wardrobe for each resident in the room.
The resident rooms at Ball Hall each feature their own historic character.
Rooms have window dormers, built-in cabinets, and a few even have the restored basketball court as their floor.
Resident bathrooms are located throughout each floor and provide gender binary and gender neutral bathroom options
with a few full private bathrooms in the building.
The bathrooms offer a high level of privacy and feature marble
that has been restored and repurposed from the original 1928 construction.
There is a fitness center in the hall you may access at any time.
There are also lounge spaces throughout the building for students to relax,
study, or participate in community events and programs.
Some of the lounges also have kitchenettes making it convenient to use a microwave or wash dishes.
You'll enjoy other features including high-speed internet,
programs and events from our residence life staff,
opportunities to get involved, and parking nearby.
Living on campus is easy with housing costs built to your bursar account
which include all basic utilities and membership to campus recreation at no added cost.
This has been a quick tour of Ball Hall!
Click the links in the description for a 360 view of this hall and to review a packing list of what to bring when you move in.
We look forward to welcoming you to your new home on campus!
Resident Rooms Feature:
- Contemporary furnishings include:
- Twin XL bed
- 3 drawer dresser, with locking top drawer
- Desk chair
- Closet or wardrobe
- Xfinity on Demand
- High speed internet
- Window curtains
- Lounges on every floor
- Kitchenettes with microwaves throughout
- Free resident laundry
- Resident computer/print station
- Access to Ball Garden in the “backyard”
- Programs, events, and resources for first-year students
- And More!
I love it so much I'd do it again next year. Gonna miss Ball Hall and everyone here, I'm glad I chose on campus housing– 2018 Survey Response from a Ball Hall Resident