Spread Positivity and Connect: The Well-Being Wall Awaits You!

Hey there, future campus conquerors!

Are you excited about stepping into the world of university life? Ready to embark on a journey filled with knowledge, friendships, and personal growth? We know that the transition to university can be both thrilling and overwhelming, so we want to introduce you to something truly special: the Well-Being Wall!

Picture this: a vibrant, colorful wall located right in the heart of your campus, where you can share and receive uplifting messages. It’s a place where newcomers and seasoned students alike can come together to spread positivity and offer a virtual hug when someone needs it the most. And yes, you can even send kind wishes to your beloved lecturers and campus staff!

Here’s why you should be excited about contributing to the Well-Being Wall:

1. Create a Supportive Community: University is not just about books and lectures; it’s also about building connections. The Well-Being Wall is your chance to make someone’s day a little brighter. Share your experiences, advice, or simply offer words of encouragement to those who might be going through a tough time. Your kindness can make all the difference.

2. Foster a Culture of Positivity: Campus life can be challenging, and we all face moments when we could use some extra motivation. By writing on the Well-Being Wall, you’re helping to create a campus culture that values mental health and well-being. Your words have the power to uplift not only individuals but the entire university community.

3. Connect with Lecturers and Staff: Your professors and campus staff work tirelessly to support your academic journey. Take a moment to express your gratitude, acknowledge their hard work, or simply wish them a fantastic day. These small gestures can go a long way in building meaningful relationships and fostering a positive learning environment.

So, how can you get involved? It’s easy!

  1. Visit the Well-Being Wall: Head to the LRC and check out the messages that have already been posted. You’ll be inspired by the warmth and positivity radiating from the wall.
  2. Share Your Message: Grab a marker and a sticky note. Write a few encouraging words, share your wisdom, or simply send good vibes to someone who might need them.
  3. Spread the Word: Encourage your friends, classmates, and roommates to join in the fun. The more, the merrier!

Remember, the Well-Being Wall is a place for everyone, regardless of whether you’re just starting your academic journey or you’ve already aced a few terms. Your words have the power to inspire and uplift, so let’s make this campus a haven of positivity and kindness.

As you prepare to embark on this incredible journey, know that the Well-Being Wall is here to remind you that you’re never alone. Your university community is like a big, welcoming family, and we’re all in this together.

So, go ahead, make your mark, and let’s spread some love, one message at a time. Your words might just be the light someone needs on a cloudy day. Welcome to campus life, and let’s make it unforgettable!

Unleash Your Inner Scholar: Dive into the Learning Resource Centre (LRC)!

Hey there, campus champs! 📚✨

Guess what? There’s a hidden gem right on campus, and it’s time to spill the beans (or should I say, books?). I’m talking about our very own LRC, a haven for knowledge seekers, social butterflies, and everyone in between. Whether you’re a seasoned student or a fresh face on campus, this is your official invitation to embark on an unforgettable learning journey.

What’s the Deal with the LRC?

Picture this: a treasure trove of books, cutting-edge tech, comfy nooks, and a squad of friendly librarians ready to help you conquer your academic quests. That’s the LRC in a nutshell. 📖🌟

Calling All Fresh Faces

Newbies, don’t be shy! The LRC is the perfect place to start your campus journey. Whether you’re scouting out the perfect study spot or searching for a research buddy, you’ll find it here. Plus, it’s the ideal spot to impress your friends with your extensive knowledge of obscure books. 😉

See you among the bookshelves, and remember: knowledge is power. 📚💪✨


E-wallet, Credit or Debit card

The LRC will no longer accept payments by cash starting on 3 Apr 2023. All payments for fines, penalties and card credit top-up can be done via E-wallet, credit or debit cards.

This is another step towards convenience and efficiency.

However, all payments must be done at the Information Desk during opening hours.


Discussion Rooms

Students may make use of rooms C0.13 & C0.14 as discussion rooms. These rooms are originally designated for psychology project and lab work. Therefore, the PCs in the room ARE NOT for common use. Each room can fit 3-5 persons only, ideally suitable for small group work .

As usual, room booking is required before use and can be done at the Information Desk. However, please note that bookings might be cancelled if there’s an urgent need to use these rooms  by the Psychology programme.

Room booking is available starting from 20 Mar 2023.


15th General Election (closed 18 Nov)

Corresponding to the special holiday for students from 17-21 Nov, all loans due on those dates will be moved to 22 Nov.

Please check your accounts via Enterprise to verify. If you have enquiries, please reach out to us to clarify.

Note: the LRC remains open on 17 & 21 Nov (Thu & Mon).

Email : lrc@reading.edu.my
Phone : 07 2686315

Cashless Payment

You may now make cashless payment at the LRC e.g. fines, with your e-wallet or mobile banking app. This will be an added convenience for our patrons. Just scan the National QR code (ie. DuitNow) available at the information counter.

Remember to key-in the payment details to identify yourself and the reason for the transaction.

However, we still accept cash payment as usual.


Enterprise face lift

Don’t be surprised if you noticed that Enterprise is looking slightly different. It has been given a face lift with a more vibrant look.

But rest assured that all features are still there. You can still search for your books, resources and check your account.

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