Upon entering Meyland Hall, guests and residents are welcomed by Hall and House banners, which are one of the many Hall traditions. Hall dinners, cookouts, and activities in the courtyard are other popular events which bring the residents closer.
Meyland is certainly a unique place to live. It is made up of only four Houses instead of six, which creates opportunities for closer interaction and a sense of family. Meyland also houses the National Training Site athletes and visitors from around the world, on the third floor. Being a very competitive hall, Meylanders enjoy competitions between the Houses, other Halls, and are active participants in intramurals.
Renovated in 2006, Meyland is a L.E.E.D. certified, coed building and the residents are encouraged to live a green lifestyle.
Come and see why students say, "Meyland Hall is where diversity thrives and the only place closer is home." Meyland Hall is building 70 on the campus map.
Meyland Hall Government
Vision Statement: Meyland Hall, welcome home.
Mission Statement: Meyland Hall welcomes you into your small family atmosphere. We value the traditions that we have and the uniqueness that is our hall where we build on the old and develop the new. In Meyland, great ideas become a reality every day. This land is your land, this land is Meyland. From the Outback to the Tundra, the Boondocks to the Back Country, to the USOTS from all around the world. Where we value individuality and embrace change.
Meyland Hall is named after Gunther Meyland, an NMU professor of English for 37 years. It opened in 1966.
Valentine's Day Spaghetti Dinner
Meyland Hall Diversity banner - This banner is signed by a large number of Meyland residents (past and present,) and is displayed where everyone can see as they enter the hall. The students really take pride in it, and Meyland tries to host events each year that center around diversity awareness for the hall.
Monthly “all-hall” discussions in the lobby draw a large number of residents. Meyland residents talk about current events and what students would like to do to become proactive in the residence hall community
Meyland Hall shares space with the Northern Michigan University National Training Site.
Olympic Speedskaters Apolo Anton Ohno and Shani Davis lived in Meyland.
Meyland is unique in that it's the only building with four RAs and three RMs (Resident Managers for the Northern Michigan University National Training Site) on staff.
As of October 15, 2007, Meyland Hall became one of the first residence halls in the Midwest to become LEED certified.
Meyland Hall Staff
Resident Director - Coming Soon!
Resident Adviser Staff
The Tundra - Noah Swart
The Boondocks - Matthew Boswell
The Back Country - Samantha Schultz
The Outback - Molly Harvey
Third Floor - Resident Managers for Northern Michigan University's National Training Site
Building and Grounds Attendant - Brett Nelson