Social Wellness is the ability to successfully interact with people in our world, participating in and feeling connected to your community. Social well-being is enhanced by establishing supportive social networks through meaningful relationships with family, friends and colleagues. Social Wellness includes making friends, and having fun in a safe and healthy way while using social skills like active listening, community engagement, relating to others, and forming strong relationships. Social Wellness helps make ourselves and others feel safe, included, and supported.
We encourage students to explore trainings, seminars, and classes and to engage in dialogues to reduce micro-aggressions (small acts of aggression in interpersonal relationships that uphold larger, societal oppressive systems) and increase micro-affirmations among Carolina students.
Enhance your social wellness by taking advantage of resources offered by Student Wellness and around campus.
At Student Wellness
In the Community