Bowne Hall


Built in 1907 as the Bowne Hall of Chemistry, it serves as home for the women’s studies, fine arts, and undergraduate chemistry departments. It is named after Samuel W. Bowne, a University trustee from New York City who donated $100,000 to SU for the building’s construction. In addition, Bowne is the site of the University’s Honors Program and the Graduate School.

List of Classrooms:

Bowne 104 Bowne 111
Bowne 105 Bowne 119
Bowne 108 Bowne 125
Bowne 110