Read Residence Center - A Unique Residence Hall Review

The Unsupported Myths and Confirmed Facts about Read Residence Center

The Top 5 Myths of Read Residence Center:

  1. Horrible location
  2. Nerdy music students 
  3. Anti-social residents 
  4. Old infrastructure
  5. Lacks pride

The Top 5 Truths about Read Residence Center:

  1. Intelligent and friendly residents
  2. Self-motivated staff members
  3. Diverse community 
  4. Comfortable living environment
  5. Always "Keeps Calm and Read On"

As an individual choosing where you want to live, should you ever assume anything that you hear about a residence hall on-campus is true?

The immediate response should be a resounding "no". A good reason why you never should believe what others say about someone, something, or someplace is that it's from a different perspective and you could have a totally different experience with it than they had if you were in their situation.

Now, what do you think about Read Residence Center?

P.S. Anyone and everyone should consider living in Read because we truly strive to create that perfect living environment where resident health and safety are top priorities for those of us who work here. Also, Read Residence Center is being partially renovated for the 2014-2015 academic year in which the main lobby area will be transformed into a living and breathing community where students will be able to play and work at.

Take a look at this awesome blog article from WeAreIU.com too if you get the chance: An Easy Guide to IU's Dorms

About The Author
Kevin KingProud Hoosier Alumni, Warsaw IN, Class of 2015

Hello! I am known as Kevin to many of my fellow peers, friends, and family.

I am a recent college graduate of the School of Public and Environmental Affairs at Indiana University Bloomington, with duel minors in Political Science and International Studies along with a Political & Civic Engagement certificate.

My college life was filled with academics and extracurricular activities, but especially as a senior.  I was heavily involved with the following campus organizations/departments: Residential Programs & ServicesFirst Year Experience, Student Peace Alliance, and the Office of Student Life and Learning. Finally, I was a student blogger for WeAreIU.com for three years.

Fun fact: I have worked Summer New Student Orientation twice as a Program Assistant!

Stay true and have fun Hoosiers!