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About Ball State University
Ball State's 731-acre campus in the heart of Muncie, Indiana, includes 109 academic, administrative, auxiliary, and residential buildings valued at more than $1 billion. The university also has just over 400 additional acres of research property. Twelve residence hall complexes and two apartment communities are occupied by about 7,200 students.
A drive down McKinley Avenue is worth a thousand words. The welcoming north gateway, the duck pond often surrounded by students, the majestic bell tower, and the bustling brick sidewalks offer a taste of Ball State’s vibrant, friendly campus.
The more than 7,550 students who live on campus can’t be wrong—residence life is great at Ball State. About 40 percent of our on-campus student body chooses to live in one of our 31 residence halls or two apartment complexes, even if “home” is fairly nearby. And our campus dining is excellent. First-year students take part in Freshman Connections, a national award-winning program and just one reason Ball State's first-year experience has been recognized for several years by U.S. News & World Report. The program allows freshmen to make friends and a smooth adjustment to college life through common programming. Whether it’s because they have a great study circle or a great circle of friends, students who live on campus get better grades and are more likely to graduate on time. And they get a classic college experience.
Courses available 10Accounting and Finance 2 Applied and Pure Sciences 1 Architecture, Building & Planning 2 Business and Management 3 Computer Science and IT 1 Mass Communication & Media 1
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