Hunt Hall

Hunt HallHunt Hall is built on traditions, open mindedness, and friendliness. Hunt Hall is also a LEED certified complex and was completely renovated during the summer of 2008.  The students of Hunt create a fun and open environment for all and welcome new ideas and faces to the community.  Some of Hunt Hall’s well known traditions include annual camp outs, hiking trips, the Hunt Hall Talent Show, and the “Arctic Plunge”.  Great, lasting memories and good friends are a result of living in Hunt Hall. Hunt is all co-ed and is building number 73 on the campus map.

NOTE: Due to the type of furniture in Hunt Hall rooms, lofts are not permitted. Loft kits manufactured to fit the beds are available for rent.

Hunt Hall Lobby Renovations Photos

Hunt Hall Renovation Photos: See the progression of Hunt Hall throughout the Summer of 2008.

Hunt Hall Staff

Resident Director – Courtney Klauck
227-2392

Courtney is originally from Appleton, WI.  She graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where she majored in Biology and Communication Arts.  While there, Courtney was a House Fellow, an Undergraduate Research Scholar, and a member of the Student Affairs Mentoring Program.    If she has any free-time, she enjoys reading, anything superhero related, and spending time with family and friends. 

She is happy to be a Resident Director at Northern Michigan University.

 
Office Hours
Monday 11 a.m. - Noon
Tuesday 1 p.m. - 4 p.m.
Wednesday 3 p.m. - 5 p.m.
Thursday 1 p.m. - 4 p.m.
Friday 11 a.m. - Noon

Hunt/Van Antwerp Front Desk: 227-2397

Building and Grounds Attendant - John Ruesing

Resident Adviser Staff

First Floor      
Heather Wise Arctic House 4060 hwise@nmu.edu
Andre Stringer Whoville 4077 astringe@nmu.edu 
Second Floor      
Resse Johnson Copa Cabana 4112 cherjohn@nmu.edu
Irene Esquivel Shady Grove 4132 iesquive@nmu.edu 
Third Floor      
Bradley Biggs Toon Town 4167 bbiggs@nmu.edu 
Bridgette Clark Downtown 4187 bridclar@nmu.edu


2014-2015 Hunt Hall Staff

Hunt Hall Traditions

History:

Hunt Hall, opened in 1967, is named after Lucian Hunt, the former head of NMU’s Physical Science and Chemistry department.

Traditions:

  • Arctic Plunge
  • Root Beer Bash
  • Thanksgiving Dinner
  • Easter Egg Hunt

Interesting Facts:

  • Hunt Hall shares a basement with Van Antwerp Hall.
  • Every winter, Arctic House members take an Arctic Plunge in Lake Superior.
  • Hunt Hall was the first hall to have a co-ed house. It was on a trial basis at the time.