Program Overview

What is Cat Trax?

Cat Trax is a new student engagement program designed to help students explore all there is to do at K-State to make the most out of their college experience. Accessible through OrgCentral, students can earn points, prizes, and more by doing things that help them get involved, stay healthy, broaden their horizons, and prepare for their future career.

How does it work?

Cat Trax identifies experiences every K-State student should have and has organized these activities and resources into four checklists: Get Involved; Be Well, Be You; Engage with Diversity; Be Career Ready. Each checklist has a number of items to complete. To complete an item, students are provided with a list of action items to choose from.

Get Involved

Involvement can look different for everyone. Start your involvement journey by exploring student organizations, participating in K-State traditions, and trying out different campus activities.

Be Well, Be You

There are several dimensions of wellness that impact your life. Take the time to care for your mental, emotional, physical, and financial well-being and promote safety on our campus and in our community.

Be Career Ready

It's not too early to start building a strong foundation to successfully launch your future career. Explore K-State's great resources and support to prepare you for entering the workforce.

Engage with Diversity

At Kansas State University, diversity, inclusion, equity, and belonging, in the broadest sense, reflect the idea that all community members are welcomed, valued and free to be their authentic selves. Engage in our mutually inclusive community.

Get Started

You can access your Cat Trax checklists through the "My Tracks and Checklists" section in OrgCentral.

Download a PDF of the Program Outline


Special Thanks to our Campus Partners

Career Center; Center for Advocacy, Response, and Education; Diversity and Multicultural Student Affairs; Housing and Dining Services; K-State Alumni Association; K-State Athletics; K-State Student Union; Morrison Family Center for Student Well-being; Office of Diversity and Inclusion; Office of Recruitment and Admissions; Parent and Family Programs; Powercat Financial; Recreational Services; Student Governing Association; Union Program Council; Wildcat Dialogues