Construction on Bridwell Hall was complete in September 1998. The newest MSU facility is a sleek three-story building for the health sciences division complete with a 147-seat lecture hall. The building was named after J.S. Bridwell, a well-known Wichita Falls rancher and oilman, who was also instrumental in establishing Sheppard Field, later known as Sheppard Air Force Base.
Bridwell Hall houses the College of Health Sciences and Human Services, dental hygiene, nursing, radiologic sciences and respiratory care.