Reed Hall | Female

Traditional Residence Halls

Reed Hall is a traditional hall that houses all classes of students, most of which are freshman and sophomores, with a handful of juniors and seniors. The atmosphere in Reed Hall is very relaxed. The community promotes a focus on accepting each other and embracing our differences. Reed has also made an intentional effort to promote and support IWU athletic teams. The ResLife staff often has calendars of games and events, and makes attending games a community building activity.

Nuk Kongkaw | Residence Director

"My vision and values for Reed Hall are for it to be a place of empowering grace, hospitality, community, and sisterhood. I want my halls to be filled with joy, fun, and also intention and growth. I believe that connections made through fun events, traditions, and relationship building make a place feel like home, and I hope to create that space for our residents. "

As a missionary kid and third-culture kid who has spent equal parts growing up in Texas and Thailand, later studying my undergrad in upstate New York, and then teaching middle school for three years in China, I have found that “home” is anywhere you make connections and friends. My experiences have shaped a passion for seeking growth in the lives of those around me. My desire is to help shape and develop communities that will encourage and empower the residents.

  • Hometown: Chiang Mai, Thailand
  • Colleges Attended: Houghton College (undergraduate) and Indiana Wesleyan University (graduate)
  • Degree: Bachelor's Degree in Music Education
  • Best ResLife memory: As an RA at Houghton, we had an RA initiation night scavenger hunt for my hall. This was definitely a highlight, as well as Nerf gun wars.
  • Best thing about my job: The fact that I am paid to hang out with awesome students and get the opportunity to invest in their lives.
  • Best thing about IWU: The community…and Grilled Cheese Wednesday


  •  Furnished
  •  Study Room
  •  High-Speed Internet
  •  Cable TV (Optional)
  •  Heat/AC
  •  Chapel
  •  Exercise Room
  •  Computer Room
  •  TV Lounge
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An Inside Look

Building History

Reed Hall opened as a residence hall in the fall of 1999. The building is named after Lyle and Nell Reed. It first served as a female hall until the fall of 2007 when it switched over to a male residence hall. In the fall of 2010, it was transitioned back to a female hall.


Street Address
Reed Hall
4004 S. Nebraska St.
Marion, IN 46953

Mailing Address
Indiana Wesleyan University
4201 S. Washington St.
Marion, IN 46953

Last updated: 07/25/2017