Spalding Hall

Spalding Vector

Competition, pride, and identity are three ways to describe Spalding Hall. Spalding residents are known for both their Wildcat Spirit and Spalding Spirit.  Residents proudly wear their blue and orange colors of Spalding to represent their pride during hall events. Spalding also houses many student athletes who are very involved in their community and are strongly supported by the hall.  Spalding’s competitive nature is prevalent in hall competitions and intramural sports. Spalding Hall’s goal is to build a family oriented community for residents that promotes social development and student involvement.  Spalding is all co-ed and is building 66 on the campus map.

 

Spalding Hall

Spalding Hall Government

Vision Statement: We’re a welcoming community full of fun, loving energetic people working together to improve our community, project a positive image, and keep alive Spalding tradition.

Mission Statement: Spalding Hall is a healthy balance of everything. The open-minded atmosphere allows the wide variety of individuals to be themselves. While the Spalding Squirrels enjoy having their fun, they also know how to be respectful, responsible members in a community. With all of its options and opportunities, Spalding is a hall that can be whatever you wish to make of it. Spalding isn’t just a hall… It’s a family.

 

Spalding Hall Staff

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Resident DirectorIsabel Azmani
(906) 227-2320

Isabel graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater with a bachelors degree in Corporate and Health Communication and a minor in Biology.  During her time at Whitewater, she held a variety of different positions within the housing department that only allowed her love for housing to expand.  Isabel is currently pursuing her masters in Exercise Science at NMU and is excited to be in a program that she is extremely passionate about.  She loves outdoor activities and adventures which is one of the many reasons Isabel is so thrilled to be in Marquette.  

 

Isabel's Office Hours
Monday 1:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m.
Tuesday 1:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Wednesday 8:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m.
Thursday 8:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m.
Friday 10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

The Woods/Spalding Front Desk: (906) 227-3000

Building and Grounds Attendant - Kyle Hawn

Resident Adviser Staff 

First Floor      
Claire Wisner Hogwarts (906) 227-3595 cwisner@nmu.edu
Jack Parente Safariy (906) 227-3621

jparente@nmu.edu

       
Second Floor      
Hannah Mahn The Gallery (906) 227-3647 hmahn@nmu.edu
Mallory Irelan House of Wonders (906) 227-3675 mairelan@nmu.edu
       
Third Floor      
J.J. Henning Malibu House (906) 227-3701 jhenning@nmu.edu
       

 

2019-2020 Spalding Hall Staff

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Spalding Hall Traditions

History:

Opened in 1965, Spalding Hall was named after Grace Spalding who was Head of NMU’s Art Department for many years.

Spalding Hall

Traditions:

  • Marshmallow Assassination
  • Spalding Soiree
  • Open Mic Nights each year
  • Super Bowl Party
  • Christmas Party
  • UP 200 Volunteering
  • Make a Difference Day Volunteering

Interesting Facts:

  • Spalding Hall was the last all-female hall.  In 1994, it became a co-ed residence hall.
  • Spalding Hall won the 2006 Spirit Competition at the All-Student Rally.  It was also the residence hall Homecoming champion.
  • Spalding Hall has a formal every winter semester.
  • Spalding Hall is the only residence hall on-campus with their own colors (blue and orange).
  • Spalding Hall has it's own mascot; the Spalding Squirrel (no, it does not live in the hall).
  • In 2004-2005, Breakfast Club received the highly-competitive House of the Year Award from Housing and Residence Life. House of Wonders won for the following 2005-2006 year.
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