Mood-Bridwell Hall


Mood–Bridwell Hall was originally built in 1908 and is named for the University’s founder, Francis Asbury Mood, and for the Bridwell Foundation, which helped support the building’s substantial renovation in 1978. It previously served as a dining hall and residence hall. Today, it’s where you can find our social science, environmental studies, business, and education departments.

This BUilding Features

Electronic Classrooms

Computer Lab

Faculty Offices