From: Involvement Center
Date: April 3, 2020
Subject: Campus Life Today | Friday, April 3rd, 2020


Virtual Connections
Virtual Activities

Virtual Activities

The Involvement Center has compiled a list of virtual activities and entertainment to give you a much needed break during this time.  Take a few moments to explore a virtual museum tour, a fitness program or a chance to learn something new.

Explore our list


Flannel Friday

Friday, April 3
9:00am - 5:00pm
Qube Facebook
Add to Google Cal,Outlook,Yahoo,iCal

Every Friday at 9AM, head over to the Qube's Facebook page and post a photo of yourself in your comfiest flannel! Pet photos also accepted :)

Tech Tip

Technology Resources from LIT

Don't forget that LIT has a number of of technology resources to support you through this time.  Read on for a couple of tips!

Prep Your Space

Take some time to locate and prepare your learning environment. Ideally, this location will be as free from distraction as possible. Good lighting, a comfortable chair, and plenty of workspace are all important considerations.

Take Breaks

Take study breaks. When taking a break, make sure that you get away from your study space and enjoy a change of scenery.  Take a quick walk around the block or do some stretches outside. Just be sure to give your eyes a break.
Supporting Resources

Helping Hand Food Pantry Access

Helping Hand food pantry continues to provide services during this time. Students can arrange to pick up a package of items through the Dean of Students office by calling 715-232-1181 or by email. For more information visit the complete article.

Beware of Phishing

LIT has observed an increase in the number of phishing emails. Use extreme caution when reviewing email, text messages, and social media posts and do not click on suspicious links or attachments.  If you receive a phish, please use the Report Message feature in Outlook. If you are afraid you have given up personal information, please contact the technology help desk.

Sponsored by: Learning and Information Technology
For more information contact: Heidi Catlin

Saving Energy At Home

Are you taking classes online and working from home right now? Keep your energy bill and carbon footprint low with these energy-saving tips, as well as others from Xcel Energy.

Sponsored by: Sustainability Office
For more information contact: Sarah Rykal
More Energy Saving Tips

Saving Energy at Home Tips
Stout Proud Friday

UW Stout School of Art and Design resupplies safety masks to Dunn County Emergency Management.
read here: 
#uwstout #stoutproud #art #design

COVID-19 Coronavirus Planning and Preparedness Website

Stay Informed

With the ever-changing COVID-19 coronavirus situation, UW-Stout continues to evaluate the situation daily.

Students should continue to stay up-to-date with the COVID-19 Coronavirus Planning and Preparedness website at