The Business Living-Learning Community is for students pursuing majors in the Miller College of Business. Students living in this community will live in an environment that focuses on exploring the different majors and careers associated within the world of business.

Casey Rockel

Residence Hall

Kinghorn Residence Hall

Known for its state-of-the-art technology and first-class amenities, Kinghorn Residence Hall first opened its doors in 2010. The building is named after Thomas J. Kinghorn, who served the university for 43 years as vice president for business affairs and treasurer.

Inside Kinghorn, features include a multipurpose room and space for meetings and presentations, a fitness room, lounge space, and a music practice room with recording space. The residence hall also offers a variety of room types for students such as doubles, singles, and suites.

The hall is air-conditioned, coed, and has semi-private bathrooms (a bathroom shared by a small number of students). Furniture within the hall is loftable, allowing students to truly tailor their living space.



Each Living-Learning Community has notable programming for students. For the Business LLC this includes:

  • Supporting Local Business: The Business LLC regularly provides students the opportunities for exclusive conversations with Muncie Business Owners, often visiting them in their own spaces.
  • Trips: The Business LLC has visited Muncie's Vera Maes Bistro, where the owner hosted a meal for students in their event room and shared their personal experience regarding getting started in the business. Students in the LLC have also visited Made in Muncie, where they were able to visit and learn from the owner while also painting their own piece of pottery.

Resource Room

The Business Living-Learning Community's LLC resource room is currently in development.

The goal for this space is to equip students with tools and resources to leverage their academic experience.

Academic Partner:


  • Accounting
  • Apparel Design
  • Business Administration
  • Business Analytics
  • Computer Information Systems
  • Economics
  • Entrepreneurial Management
  • Entrepreneurship and Innovation
  • Fashion Industry Studies
  • Fashion Merchandising
  • Finance
  • Hospitality Food Management
  • Hospitality Innovation and Leadership



  • Human Resource Management
  • International Business
  • Logistics
  • Marketing
  • Mathematical Economics
  • Professional Selling
  • Property Management
  • Residential Property Management
  • Risk Management and Insurance

Learn About All of Our Living-Learning Communities

Our Living-Learning Communities are part of a university-wide set of programs that provide a supportive environment for students living on campus.

Living-Learning Communities