Social Connection

Quality relationships are central to individual and collective well-being. Invest in your relationships, make new connections, and engage with your community.

  • Take 20 minutes to call a friend or family member
  • Make a point of introducing yourself to someone new in class or in your workplace
  • When working on a class discussion or work project, be intentional about fostering positive interactions and getting to know each other as peoplenot just work partners.
  • Plan an afternoon to disconnect from work or study and focus on spending quality time with friends and family
  • Join a new club or SFU committee and get involved at SFU
  • Complete the Wellness Quiz to assess your social and cultural wellness and be linked with useful resources both on- and off-campus
  • Attend one of the Health Peers’ in person events to get connected
  • Look into the groups offered by Health & Counselling Services such as Yoga for the Mind and A Sip of CARE
Faculty and staff

Are you looking for ways to help grow social connections in your classroom or workplace? Everyone at SFU can work to make our campus a healthy community. Learn how you can support well-being as a teacher or administrator.