When walking through Halverson you will experience a high energy, open door community with strong hall identity. Supporting an open door policy promotes healthy social networking and positive student growth. This encouraging environment helps students create a balance between their social and academic lives. Halverson is a strong supporter for Women for Women with its two all female houses. The hall is also made up of one all male house and three co-ed houses. Halverson’s reputation makes it more than just a place to live, it’s a family. Halverson Hall is building number 69 on the campus map.
Halverson Hall Staff
Resident Director – Megan Niemi, 227-2515
Megan graduated from Northern Michigan University with a degree in Environmental Sciences. She is originally from Trenton, MI and loves living in Marquette. Megan was previously a Resident Adviser in Spalding Hall and she enjoys anything related to wildlife, fisheries, and the outdoors.
|Monday||12 noon - 2 p.m.|
|Tuesday||3 p.m. - 5 p.m.|
|Wednesday||6 p.m. - 8 p.m.|
|Thursday||10 a.m. - 12 noon|
|Friday||12 noon - 2 p.m.|
Payne/Halverson Front Desk: 227-2477
Building and Grounds Attendant - Glenda Ross
Resident Adviser Staff
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|Morgan McLive||Deja Vu||3987||Mmclive@nmu.edu|
|Jennifer Campbell||The Summitemail@example.com|
2013-2014 Halverson Hall Staff
Halverson Hall Traditions
Halverson Hall, opened in 1965, is named after Dr. Lynn Halverson, head of NMU’s geography-geology department for many years.
- Fiesta Frost
- Drink-N-Think, an annual alcohol awareness program
- PHest, an annual end of the year program with Payne Hall.
- Halverson Hall is one of the few halls to have a house still with its original name – Dakota House.
- The founder of Starbucks, Howard Schultz, lived in Halverson Hall..