Trick-or-Treat Night is a community event sponsored by the Office of Residence Life, Residence Hall Association, and National Residence Hall Honorary (NRHH). Trick-or-Treat Night is an event where students decorate their hallways for Reading community members and the university opens its residence hall communities for these community members to come through the halls with their kids and trick-or-treat with our students. Students are allowed to volunteer for the event as tour guides or decorate their hallway to recieve service hours. The university does this event and invites local schools to ensure that local community members have a safe place to allow their kids to trick-or-treat.
Candy is not guarenteed for all children who come through the halls. Students will recieve a goody bag of candy at the end of their tour while supplies last. Only the first four hundred children to check in at Bernardine Hall will recieve the candy goody bag.
Unlike in previous years, Office of Residence Life will be unable to provide costumes to children who do not have constumes. However, it is not madatory to wear a costume to be able to go on a tour.
Check-in will occur in Bernardine Hall. You will enter from the front door of the building closest to the parking lots (look for the large cat archway outside the building).
It varies based on year and turnout to the event. The event is a first-come, first-served event. You may be asked to wait in line if there is a large turnout for the event.
Trick-or-Treat Night happens rain-or-shine. If it rains, the event will still happen.
Anyone who registers for the event through the following link on our google registration form: