Built in 2001, Bowers Hall is a modern, state-of-the-art residence hall. Constructed
primarily for upper class students with suite style living. Four students share two
bedroom rooms, a bathroom and a living room.
Centrally air-conditioned Bowers Hall is a co-ed facility, with separate suites for each gender. Each suite comes with two rooms, a furnished living room and a bathroom. Each room has two internet connections. There is also a common telephone jack for all students living in the suite. The hall offers beautifully furnished lounges on each floor. The first floor lounge also has a large fireplace. A large TV, music system and a pool table are provided on the third floor lounge. A minicomputer lounge in the hall provides access to students who may not have a computer of their own.
Past board chairman David A. Bowers ’60 provided the naming gift for Bowers Hall.