The St. Bonaventure campus is a blend of traditional Florentine and modern brick buildings including science laboratories, computer facilities, art galleries, a recital hall, theater, band and choral classrooms, art studios, a sports arena, a recreation and fitness center, swimming pool, classroom buildings, modern languages and journalism laboratories, a library with a resource center, and residence halls and apartments for men and women. The campus also contains a friary for the community's Franciscan friars.
Science laboratories include facilities for instruction and research in a variety of fields including computer science, physics, biology, microbiology, geology, psychology, environmental science, chemistry and mathematics.
Among the facilities are an observatory, biotechnology laboratory, tissue culture laboratory, equipment for research in the growth of microorganisms and an extensive mammal collection.
A massive renovation of, and addition to, the De La Roche science building has been completed; the $13 million William F. Walsh Science Center opened in the fall of 2008. It houses state-of-the-art computer science, laboratory and classroom space, biology labs, organic and general chemistry labs, a Natural World lab, and a 150-seat indoor amphitheater.
Computer facilities are provided through the Office of Technology Services. The campus is directly connected to the Internet and is completely wireless. All residence hall rooms have computer network access with e-mail addresses supplied to all students. Computer labs are available in every academic building on campus.