At RentBSU, we offer studio, 1, 2, and 3-bedroom apartments as well as a 4-bedroom house remaining all within walking distance of Ball State.

Floor Plans & Pricing

Pricing is per bedroom/renter

  • Studio, 1-3 Bedroom Apartments | $300-$635 per person
  • 1-5 Bedroom Homes | $370-$635 per person


  • 11 Minute walk to Ball State's main campus
  • 2 Minute Drive
  • Close to various Ball State communities

Remodeled Homes

  • New electrical systems
  • High efficiency gas furnaces
  • Dishwasher
  • Microwave
  • Washer and Dryer


  • Online payments and maintenance request
  • Full Time Maintenance
  • Convenient Location
  • Strong Security and Privacy
  • Off-Street, Covered and Garage Parking

Find Us

We've been here helping students like you since 1990 and we aren't stopping any time soon. Interested in any of our quality properties? Request a showing at or explore one of our properties with our new Virtual 360 tours. For more information you can call or text us at 765-729-1244 or email us at

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