September 14, 2022
Cats3D program launches for third year
Cats3D, Cats Don't Drink and Drive, launches the third year of the campaign to create awareness, educate and engage students about the risks and of alcohol or drug-impaired driving. Kansas State University is committed to the safety and well-being of all students.
A key focus of this initiative is mitigating risk related to impaired driving by promoting SafeRide and other prevention measures relevant to the university and Manhattan communities and building meaningful outreach to our university students.
K-State has received national recognition from the Kansas Department of Transportation for its collaborative efforts with units across campus and within the Manhattan community to provide a safe environment for K-State students and communicate well-being resources available.
The program is funded by a grant through Kansas Department of Transportation — KDOT/Drive to Zero.
For more details about Cats3D, visit k-state.edu/cats3d/.