September 7, 2022
Keep community visit momentum going with communications resources, toolkit
Kansas State University continues making progress with the new presidential initiative focusing on the people of Kansas and their communities. The initiative consists of nine community visits throughout the state this academic year.
The Sept. 1 Flint Hills regional community visit was a successful day that engaged hundreds of community members through activities such as a community open forum, a mobile food distribution, a recruitment activity and conversations to highlight partnerships and extension relationships.
To keep the momentum going — and to prepare for the upcoming community visits, including the next visit to Ford County/Dodge City on Tuesday, Sept. 27 — a communications toolkit is available to help K-Staters share a consistent message about the university's relationships, partnerships and contributions throughout the state of Kansas. The toolkit offers a pathway for any university unit to plug in to the initiative and help share stories of engagement across the state.
Access the communications toolkit on the community visit website. Please be prepared to enter your K-State eID and password to access the information.