Social connection involves quality relationships and interactions, contributing to improved mental health and overall well-being. Conversely, social disconnection may lead to loneliness and negative effects on mental and physical health.
See the categories below to find resources for improving your social connection or ways you can help encourage others to be more connected.

0-33: You may be experiencing social disconnection

First and foremost, it’s OKAY! We all have moments of social disconnection, and it’s good to be aware of how we are feeling! Consider reaching out to family, friends or campus support like counseling services or consider some online resources that help combat loneliness. If that feels overwhelming, consider a 15 min walk or even volunteering in your community.

34-67: You may have moments of social disconnection

It’s essential to be mindful of these moments and take proactive steps to strengthen your social bonds. Prioritizing friends and family (a call, coffee or study date, etc.) or participating in campus group activities can help bridge any gaps in your social connections. Check out our top5 tips to increase your social connection, and check out the Soco app to connect better with the people around you.

67-100: You seem to be socially connected!

IWoohoo! Your score suggests a pretty high level of social connection. Continue nurturing your relationships, participating in social activities, and being a friend for someone who may not feel as connected. Remember, sustaining these connections contributes significantly to a fulfilling and healthy life! Stay involved with your local campus activities, follow these 5 tips to increase your social connection, and download Soco to connect better with the people around you.