Heritage Women's Residence Hall
Heritage (HH) houses upper-class women as well as one floor of freshmen women who reside in suites where two double rooms are joined by a shared bathroom. Rooms are carpeted, air conditioned and equipped with loftable furniture. Study rooms and lounges are located on each floor. Laundry machines are free to residents in each building.
Programs in Heritage
Alternative Gift Market: Starting in 2013, Heritage has the opportunity to host a Christmas gift market that focuses on allowing individuals opportunities to purchase alternative gifts. There are a variety of options to give locally in the US and all over the world. Some of these gifts include mosquito netting, donating animals and farm equipment, allowing young women educational opportunities, and even funds to help rescue and respond to those caught in human trafficking. This event is aims to help educate the campus on social justice needs around the globe.
Splatter Paint: This tradition started in Woolman Hall, but has transitioned as a Heritage event. During this event, creativity flies as students bring all kinds of shirts, shoes, and other clothing items to be splattered with paint. It is a do not miss event!
Heritage Dessert Night: Sometimes you just need that reason to dress up. On this night, girls to dress in their finest and gather to eat tasty treats and have an all around good time!
Sock Wrestling: Between studying and going to classes, students sometimes just need a release to let loose and have some laughs. This is one of our most bizarre traditions in Heritage. Partners get to wrestle other partners, and the pair with socks still on, wins! Ice cream social is given to the winning partner's floor.
Meet the Staff
"I originally came to Malone in 2009, and since I have fallen in love with the atmosphere and spirit of the place. I am originally from South Carolina, went to school in Indiana, spent some time in Colorado, got married to a wonderful man from Michigan (Dave), and then finally landed in the Midwest, here. I am currently pursuing a Masters in Spiritual Formation from Spring Arbor University. What I love about this place is the attention and heart to truly push students to learn and grow, whether it is in the classroom or in the residence halls. Living life with students has taught me so much over the past years and I feel like I have one of the best jobs as I watch students glean from community and rubbing shoulders with each other." -Kat Gritter
Kailey Sikula - 111
Jordan Davis - 226 North (Mentor Floor)
Abigail Suplee - 209 South (Mentor Floor)
Kerri Johnson - 326 North
Emelia Kublin - 307 South
Heritage Floor Plan