A look at student life in Edward P. Evans Hall—our Norman Foster-designed campus—and beyond.
Evans Hall is a Yale landmark, with its soaring glass façade and blue classroom pods. The campus’s striking appearance is a reflection of its ambitious purpose: to enhance the effectiveness of Yale SOM’s programs and extend the reach and influence of the school’s mission to educate leaders for business and society. The building was designed around the distinctive, integrated Yale SOM approach to business education, from its first impression of transparency and unity down to such details as the placement of classroom desks to facilitate open discussion. The campus enables faculty, students, and other members of our community to bring the SOM mission to life.