Making Social Connections

Social well-being is authentic interpersonal relationships. Striving for well-being in this dimension includes connecting with individuals in a deep and meaningful way. Strong social well-being means one has the skills to make and maintain strong, supportive, interdependent relationships where each person genuinely cares for the other and values what they contribute. Strong social well-being also means challenging oneself to practice habits that foster authentic and healthy relationships.

Large crowd of people dressed in maroon and gold cheering at a basketball game.

A large group gathered for a summer picnic and concert on Elon's campus.

Five people sitting on a stone wall posing for a photo during an Elon Day celebration.

Three people clapping and enjoying a concert outside at night on Elon's campus.


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