More than 200 students signed up this year to go door-to-door around campus with safety tips. It's the biggest turnout they've ever had.
Wednesday, they left their dorms and braved the cold to make sure their peers have a safe holiday. Knocking on doors took a lot of courage for Allie Rubenstein.
"Sometimes I don't like talking in front of people," says Rubenstein.
With the help of her sorority sisters and Champaign Police Chief Anthony Cobb, she went door-to-door getting her peers ready for unofficial.
"Make sure if you are going to drink, be safe."
With information packets in hand, hundreds of students walked through campus with one goal, to hand them out or hang them on 2,900 doors.
"That felt great to see the number of students that care about the safety of everyone here on this campus. We want everyone to have fun but our first primary mission is education," says Chief Cobb.
The packet has information on campus laws and where to go to get help, along with tips like keeping campus parties small and drinking in moderation.
"It's a really eye-opening experience. It's someone else who's so close to my age actually cares about this."
Kerry Cummings says the advice is easy for Sigma Delta Tau to give because they already do it.
"I've heard that it can be dangerous, but I know that my friends and I will be very safe," says Cummings.
The Champaign Community Coalition partnered with all local law enforcement. This is the fourth year for Walk as One in Champaign-Urbana.