About the Namesake

Fowler Hall is named after Thomas W. Fowler ’43 and was constructed in 1964. Mr. Fowler entered Texas A&M in 1939 and received a B.S. degree.

He was killed on June 3, 1944 while leading a tank platoon in Rome, Italy. He was posthumously awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor for gallantry in action at Carano, Italy, on May 23, 1944.

Fowler Hall is one of the halls that makes up the ‘FHK’ Complex.

Balcony Hall

  • Double Room
  • $3,413semester
  • Single Room
  • $3,729semester
  • Apartment

Quick Reference

Building AbbreviationFOWLBuilding Capacity250
Building Number0427Built In1964
Residential AreaNorthsideRenovated In2014
Hall StyleBalcony HallGenderSingle Gender by Suite
Room TypeDouble Rooms
Single Rooms
Apartment (1 unit)
Living Learning CommunityNone


Get a feel for all that Fowler Hall has to offer by scrolling through the photo gallery. If you prefer, check it for yourself and join us for a tour.


Physical Address:
225 Jones Street, College Station, TX 77840

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Fully furnished rooms

Designed for community

Academically-oriented environment

Convenient location

Worry-free features

  • Professional, on-site maintenance
  • 24-hour, on-call staff
  • Card-controlled access
  • Security officer
  • Roommate matching available
  • Bike racks nearby