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Social Wellness is about maintaining healthy relationships with your friends, family, and community. It includes how you spend time in community with others, your social life, and meeting new people.
Be Socially Well
Meet New People
- College is a wonderful time to meet people from different backgrounds than you, but it can be hard to know where to start! Join a group focused on your favorite hobby like reading, hiking, gaming, or playing music. Or, invite your neighbor to an event on campus.
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Stay Connected to Home
- Homesickness is a normal experience for many college students. And, while it’s important to meet new people and get involved on campus, it can also be helpful to stay connected to family and friends back home. So if you’re missing them, stay connected and give them a call - tell them about new experiences you have been having.
- A great way to get involved on campus or in the community is to Volunteer. You can volunteer based on your interests. Local non-profits, schools, libraries and places of worship often need volunteers for special events or even day to day operations. Even giving back in simple ways can improve your overall health and happiness.