Wellness - Social


Social Intelligence

One's connection with family, friends, or co-workers; giving and receiving support from others and being valued in one's own relationships.

Ask yourself

  • Do I like myself as a person?
  • Do I interact easily with people of different ages, backgrounds, races and lifestyles?
  • Do I connect well with others and foster healthy friendships?
  • Can I communicate my feelings effectively?
  • Do I do a good job at balancing time between responsibilities and relaxation?

Learn more

Wellness Booklet

"Living with your best friend the first year in college and other irrational ideas"document
"Avoiding Frienemies...keeping it real"document
"He's just not that into you...and that's OK"document
"You complete me...but not really"document
"How healthy is your Relationship?"document
"Avoiding the dreaded Walk of Shame: what you need to ask before you get naked"document
"The Twenty Year Old Virgin"document 


Campus Resources

  • Global Connections (Study Abroad): International study opportunities such as Wisconsin in Scotland, Semester Abroad, St. Martin's College Exchange, Greek Seminar, and more.
  • Falcon Programs: Falcon Programs is a board comprised of students who plan and implement various educational, entertaining, and cultural programs/events and development opportunities at UWRF.
  • First-Year Experience: Programs and services that support new students, transfer students, and their families during their transition to campus.
  • International Student Services: Programs, services, and information for international students and scholars
  • LEAD: Lead is a first-year leadership program on campus for students interested in exploring their leadership potential, as well as making a positive social change in their community, whether on campus or off. Participants begin exploring their own strengths and concepts around leadership and think about ways they want to become an involved leader during their time at UW-River Falls.
  • Residence Life: Creating residential communities where students live civilly, learn effectively and discover success.
  • Service Learning Resources: Service work helps to rebuild communities and solve serious social problems. It provides much-needed social services that, oftentimes, would not be possible without caring citizens willing to devote their time. Service is a great way to help your community, but the personal benefits of service are impressive too.
  • Sociocultural Online Resource Center: Programs and services designed to support the growth, empowerment, and educational experiences to become educated on race, ethnicity, sexual identity, gender identity/expression, social justice, and power privilege and oppression.
  • Student Life: Learn more about upcoming events, student clubs and organizations, fraternity and sorority life, and other involvement opportunities.
  • Veterans' Services Office: Assistance for veterans, reservists, National Guard, active duty and family members with education benefits, paper work, community, county, state and federal resources.

Contact Us

Student Health and Counseling Services
Student Health Services: 715-425-3293
Counseling Services: 715-425-3884
M-F, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
211 Hagestad Hall