Meet the Morton staff

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

North Quad Residence Hall Director 

 

Morton Graduate Assistant Residence Hall Director

2014 Melissa Hettman - Campbell-Morton
Name:
 Melissa Hettmann
Phone: 928-523-5924
E-mail: melissa.hettmann@nau.edu

Education: 

  • Bachelor of Arts in Communications: Public Relations, University of Wisconsin- Eau Claire, 2012
  • Pursuing a Masters of Counseling: Student Affairs, Northern Arizona University 

About Melissa: I am originally from in a small town outside of Green Bay, Wisconsin. What drew me to NAU was how student focused the Housing and Residence Life Department is. I am extremely excited to see what NAU has in store for me, and I cannot wait to be immersed into the community of Morton and Campbell. I am eager to help residents find their place within, not only Morton and Campbell, but the university, community, and world. 

 

Morton Resident Assistants

2014 Cara Pcano - Campbell-Morton
Name: Cara Pocano
Floor: 1st Floor
Major: Biomedicine

Why I chose Northern Arizona University: I fell in love with the mountain scenery and all of the natural places there are to explore. There are so many nooks and crannies that have great hiking potential!

Why I'm excited to be an RA: I am excited to make a difference in resident's lives and support them through their transition to NAU. I want to provide a great first year college experience and enable residents to fall in love with not only NAU, but also with Flagstaff.

2014 Lauren Rom - Campbell-Morton
Name:
Lauren Rom
Major: Hotel and Restaurant Management

Why I chose Northern Arizona University: I chose NAU because I wanted to be close to home but also experience a change in scenery. I fell in love with the campus, the weather and the cute little town of Flagstaff.

Why I'm excited to be an RA: I am excited for this year because it is my last. I am looking forward to doing things I have yet to check of my list and to finish strong in my academics. I am also excited to share my experience with new students and learn about theirs as the year progresses.