Meet the Morton staff

Get to know your Morton Residence Hall Director and Resident Assistants.

North District Residence Hall Director 

2015 Jacob Tasseff - North District
Name: Jacob Tasseff
Phone: 928-523-5867
E-mail: Jacob.Tasseff@nau.edu
Education:

  • Bachelor of Arts, History & Political Science - Purdue University
  • Masters of Education, Higher Education Leadership - Valdosta State University

Why I chose NAU: Since the moment I stepped on campus, I felt extremely welcomed at NAU and that this was going to be a place I could call home. Everyone is so kind and helpful that I know this is the place I can grow as a professional, and hopefully make a lasting impact. I also completely love the outdoors, and am looking forward to no longer living in a flat state!

Morton Graduate Residence Hall Director

2015 Madalyn Morris - Morton Campbell
Name: Madalyn Morris
Phone: 928-523-5924
E-mail: Madalyn.Morris@nau.edu
Education: 

  • Bachelor of Arts, Psychology, minor in Gender and Sexuality Studies - California State University San Bernardino

Why I Chose NAU: I chose NAU because of the amazing opportunities academically and professionally the campus has to offer. I also really like the small close community feel NAU has.   

Morton Resident Assistants

Name: Alicia Jaimes
Floor: 1
Major: Business Management
Year: Junior
Hometown: Mesa, AZ
Why I chose NAU: I chose NAU because I saw it as a new adventure in a beautiful place! As a first generation college student I was excited to go off and pave my own way.
Why I am excited to be an RA: I'm excited because the RA position offers a great experience of learning and growing alongside your residents. Every day is a new opportunity and I want to be there to embrace it and to aid my residents in them having the best year possible.

Name: Taylor Fosselman
Floor: 2
Major: Business Management and Business Finance
Year: Junior
Hometown: San Dimas, CA
Why I chose NAU: I never thought I'd leave California for college (having lived there my entire life), but something about NAU just felt right. I absolutely fell in love with it the first time I visited campus and I could not be happier with my decision to go here. Everything about it has turned out to be as great as I'd hoped: the people, the teachers, the staff- and especially the climate. Whether it's hot and sunny or cold and snowy, you can always count on it to be a beautiful day in Flagstaff. It's honestly been such an amazing place to live and learn, and I can't wait to see what the next few years have to offer.
Why I am excited to be an RA: I'm really looking forward to helping residents feel confident in their decision to attend NAU and get excited about their next few years on campus. It's important to me that they feel supported and encouraged during their time here on campus, and I can't wait to do what I can to ensure that it a positive experience.