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Woolman, Whittier, and Fox Women's Residence Halls

Woolman, Whittier, and Fox (WWF) are three traditional women's residence halls joined together. WWF typically houses mostly freshmen as well as many upperclassmen women. Rooms vary slightly in size. These rooms are doubles, meaning that they house two women. Each corridor shares a large community bathroom and each floor has a common lounge. WWF has no air conditioning. There is a laundry room on the first floor of Whittier Hall that is free to all residents of WWF.


Programs in WWF

The Merge: To kick off the year, all of the residents of WWF come together the evening before classes start to get to know each other and the Residence Life staff. We play games, learn each others' names, and each take part creating a work of art as a hall. This year, each resident made a square for a paper “quilt” which was displayed in our main lobby.

Little Saints Night:  Our biggest program of the year, Little Saints Night occurs every year around Halloween. Each floor in WWF is transformed into a different theme, complete with decorations from floor to ceiling, and each resident dresses in costume to pass out candy as children both from the Malone and Canton communities “trick or treat” through the halls. The competition between each floor is high and every year the women of WWF outdo themselves!

WWF Room Specifications


Meet the Staff

Resident Director

I feel so lucky to be the Resident Director in Woolman, Whittier, and Fox. There is nothing like living in community to bring out the very best in a person. I grew up in Massillon, Ohio and got my BA in Youth Ministry at Malone University. For three years I was a Resident Director at Waynesburg University, got my Masters in Spiritual Formation and Leadership, and then I did a year of Voluntary Service with the Mennonite Church in Denver, Colorado. Finally, I am back in Ohio, grateful to be a Resident Director again. Woolman was my home all four years while at Malone (WWF4lyfe!) and I could never replace the lessons I learned there about myself, my God, and my neighbors. Residence Life allows me space to have those hard conversations with students while they wrestle through the hard questions and moments that college brings, and I love being there to walk through that with them. --Anne Schrock


Assistant Resident Director

Alicia Meyer WL 202

Resident Assistants

Katie Boor - Woolman 1 South

Yamima Sharma - Woolman 1 North

Lexi Klein - Woolman 2 South

Courtney Baker - Woolman 2 North

Becca Parkhurst - Whittier 2

Emily Jacobs - Fox 1 West

Jordyn Ott - Fox 2 East

Audya Williams - Fox 2 West

WWF Floor Plan