Indiana University School of Medicine—Muncie
IU School of Medicine—Muncie is the School’s only statewide campus that’s located on hospital property, giving medical students as well as residents and faculty convenient access to IU Health Ball Memorial Hospital. And with small class-sizes, medical students at this campus benefit from a front-row four-year medical education with all the amenities and conveniences that come with being located near the campus of Ball State University, a bustling college environment.
Like the School’s other statewide campuses, medical students in Muncie also have exceptional community participation opportunities through student groups, medical service learning programs, extracurricular activities and summer enrichment electives.
Led by national experts in their fields, the medical education program at IU School of Medicine—Muncie follows the school’s statewide core curriculum. Faculty at the IU School of Medicine—Muncie stay current with their own medical education and are involved in research projects ranging from synaptic rearrangement imaging to understanding the role of glycogen in the development and physiology of disease. Students and faculty at this campus form close bonds that enrich both academic and professional growth.
Live and Learn in Muncie
Medical students and their friends and family can access information and resources about the Muncie campus to better understand how to navigate this campus and make the most of their time at the IU School of Medicine Muncie campus.
“Living in Muncie allows me to spend time with my family and pursue the activities I enjoy, due to the short trip to campus. I strongly recommend it!”
Statewide Student Community
The College and House Program is designed to connect IU School of Medicine students at different campuses during their four-year medical education experience to inspire a strong sense of community, peer support and a culture of wellness among medical students.