Social life

K-State understands that having a social life is an important part of college — and we want you to have one. We only ask that you follow these tips to protect yourself and others while doing it.

Understanding the risk

The more time you spend in crowded spaces or with individuals who do not live with you, the higher your risk for catching COVID-19. This is why face coverings and physical distancing requirements are in place across K-State and at all local businesses and restaurants.

When you're not in class or at work, staying home is the best way to stay healthy and reduce your risk of contracting or spreading COVID-19.

Social life safety tips

Use these tips from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to reduce your risk during off-campus activities and help protect our community. On-campus activities should follow university guidance