From: Involvement Center
Date: September 7
Subject: Fall Org Updates

The Loop | Keeping student org leaders in-the-know
the loop SEPTEMBER 7, 2023 

Org Purchases and Reimbursement

If you’re purchasing items for the school year and are requesting reimbursement, remember you need to get payment requests in within 2 weeks of the purchase. You will need to go through the mandatory 23/24 Attend to Spend training before you can be reimbursed.

Reminder, if you have SSA funding, you must complete the 23/24 Attend to Spend training BEFORE you can spend your allocation.

Org Re-Registration Open Until 9/30

Org re-registration is open until September 30th. If you have already submitted your re-registration form you can track its progress here: 

Submissions have started to be reviewed, and you will receive a message and email once it is reviewed.

If your org would like help re-registering, set up a meeting with Nicole Eastman-Frazier or send an email with any questions.

Involvement Center Services

Involvement Center desk hours are Mondays-Thursdays 9AM-7PM and Fridays 9AM-4:30PM. 

Submit your fall event and recruitment posters to be printed.
Submit your fall digital signage to be approved.
Submit your Campus Life Today requests.
Request a CONNECT training for your org.

The Involvement Center does not make room reservations. For a space in the MSC or Price Commons email For a classroom, email

Pride Fest Sign Up

Calling all Student Leaders! Is your student org interested in having a table at Pride Fest on October 11th, 2023? Fill out this survey if interested.

Questions? Email Ryan Leckel.

Leadership Summit Registration is Open

The 2023 Leadership Summit is Thursday, September 21st from 6-9PM in the MSC Great Hall.

Register here on CONNECT. Once you register to the event you will be redirected to a survey asking what org you are representing.

All orgs must have at least one officer attend the Leadership Summit as part of org re-registration but all are encouraged to attend.

Questions about Leadership Summit? Email Nicole Eastman-Frazier.

Wellness PRO Org Opportunities

UW-Stout's Wellness PROs have a variety of free programs that orgs can request by emailing Ava Allroggren. These include:

Master Bartender
What does it take to be a ‘master bartender?” This program takes a fun and competitive approach to learn healthy habits when it comes to drinking. Students will compete against each other to pour the most accurate drink. The team that pours most accurate will receive a prize.
Test Anxiety Jeopardy
Have stressed, anxious students? Learn about different coping methods through an interactive and educational game of Jeopardy with the Wellness PROs! The team with the most points at the end of the game will win a prize!
Healthy Relationships:
There are several different kinds of relationships, not just romantic. How many of yours are healthy? What are the signs of an unhealthy relationship? During this event, students are provided with the necessary tools and resources to evaluate their relationships and work to building healthier ones.
Milk, Cookies, and Condoms
Learn about birth control – all options discussed here! We will discuss how to obtain birth control services on campus. The team will also share information about sexual health including information about health screening, STI’s, and condom use. Questions encouraged!
Time Management
are all given the same number of seconds, minutes and hours in each day. Why does it seem like some people have more than us? The secret is how we are managing our time! Learn effective skills to spark positive changes with time management.
R.E.L.A.X: Recognize - Exercise - Letting Go - Attitude - Extra Sleep
Just had a stressful class? About to go study for an exam? Feeling a little stressed? Learn about how to care for yourself! Good sleep is important for overall brain function, stress management, healthy living, and mood. A variety of ideas will be presented to add to your self-care tool box.

Volunteer Opportunities

The Neighbors of Dunn County, located in Menomonie, have a variety of volunteer opportunies for student orgs to participate in. If your org is looking for volunteer projects for your members, you can email Alyssa Doughty

Office of Research and Sponsored Programs

If students in your organization are interested in doing research or an academic or artistic project while at Stout, please invite the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs (ORSP) to drop by one of your meetings. Email Chela Cea to set up a date/time. Learn more at and follow at