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Social Wellness

Social wellness requires participating in and contributing to your community and society. Satisfying and supportive relationships allow you to learn good communication skills, develop the capacity for authenticity, and cultivate a supportive network, all of which are important to social wellness.

Examples of Practicing Social Wellness

  • Build friendships around a shared interest or experience
  • Make eye contact and engage with people you know walking from class to class
  • Leave your phone in your pocket during social situations
  • Call someone instead of texting them
  • Volunteer In Your Community
  • Join a club or organization on campus
  • Participate in service learning opportunities

Follow the links below to connect with some campus partners who can help you develop your Social Wellness