Last year Knock and Talk was moved to Johnson Fieldhouse because of COVID-19 concerns, with students encouraged to visit and pick up their welcome bags.
“We want to bring the message to our off-campus students that the university cares for them, and we want them to be involved in the Stout community,” Kirkman said. “We want Stout students to be positive bystanders and take care of and look out for their fellow Blue Devils.”
UW-Stout Chancellor Katherine Frank and interim Provost Glendali Rodriguez will be participating in the initiative.
Knock and Talk is sponsored by the Dean of Students office, the Chancellor’s Coalition on Drugs and Alcohol, University Counseling Center, Stout Student Association, Student Health Services, Memorial Student Center, the Office of Safety and Risk Management, and University Police.