Offers / Muncie, Indiana

Ball State University in Muncie Indiana at night
The beautiful Prarie Creek Reservoir, located approximately five miles just southeast of Muncie.
Cammack station restaurant with its famous retro advertisement located in downtown Muncie.

Muncie, Indiana

multi • midwest, USA

About Muncie

Hoosier Hospitality can be found around every corner in Muncie, Indiana. Located just over an hour northeast of Indianapolis, Muncie possesses a small town college vibe without forgoing big city amenities. Home to Ball State University, the city features arts and entertainment attractions, sporting events, and unique neighborhoods that offer plenty for the whole family - or just a night out with friends. A revitalized downtown area offers an abundance of shopping opportunities and fresh, local restaurants. Muncie’s craft beer renaissance has been spearheaded by Elm Street and Guardian Brewing, both of which deliver distinctive flavors and welcoming tap rooms. The Cornerstone Center for the Arts provides opportunities for creative expression and educational programs, while the Muncie Ballet and the Muncie Symphony Orchestra bring the local performing arts scene to life. The vibrant community coupled with affordable housing and bountiful cultural and recreational opportunities make Muncie a perfect place to put down your roots.



Internet Speed Rating

1000 Mbps

Closest Airport

Ft Wayne Airport (FWA) • 56 mi

Weather (High/Low)

84 / 21

Median Home Value (3BR, 2BA)




Muncie has more connections to the entertainment industry than your typical Midwestern college town. Famed American painter Bob Ross filmed his weekly half-hour “The Joy of Painting’ show at TV station WIPB – PBS in Muncie from 1984 until 1994 when the show ended. David Letterman began his entertainment career in Muncie, attending Ball State University from 1965-1969. Pawnee, the fictitious city from NBC's "Parks and Recreation" was based off of Muncie. The show has many references to Muncie - even the city map was created from the current Muncie map. The 1977 film "Close Encounters of the Third Kind" takes place in Muncie, with Richard Dreyfus sporting a Ball U t-shirt.

Incentive Package

$5,000 cash for relocation

Co-working space courtesy of The Innovation Connector

Access to the Ball State University library

Help Desk for connecting to local resources

One semester Rec Fit pass at Ball State University

Employee pricing for BSU athletic tickets

Total Incentive Value


  • Must relocate to Muncie within the next 6-12 months

  • Must be self-employed or a full-time employee with remote work privileges

  • Must be 18 years or older

  • Must be a U.S. citizen or eligible to work in the U.S.