Explore resources on-campus and off to promote inclusion, social well-being, accessibility, get involved, create social relationships, seek help for yourself or a friend, and more
What are Microaggressions?
Microaggressions are brief, everyday slights and indignities towards members of marginalized groups, which may be intentional or unintentional (Sue et al., 2007).
Our microaggressions research team strives to address microaggressions on campus by facilitating workshops on microaggressions and microinterventions, and by conducting surveys of UCLA faculty and staff regarding knowledge and experiences of microaggressions.
Coping with loneliness
EngageWell provides information about the implications of social isolation and helpful tools to combat loneliness. Gain insight to manage different forms of social anxiety from professionals in the fields of medicine, psychology, sociology, and communications.
- Addressing Loneliness
- Reclaiming Conversation
- Human Nature and the Need for Social Connection
Peer Support and Education
Interested in expanding your knowledge to maintain social well-being? UCLA provides access to peer support programs and training to promote healthy learning environments.
- Intergroup Dialogue Program
- GRIT Coaching Program
- Staff Training & Development
Learn more about the complexities of human interaction and the essential role of social relationships through UCLA classes related to EngageWell Pod’s mission.
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UCLA offers a variety of services and programs to support the social well-being of its students.
- The Ashe Center
- Bruin Resource Center
- Center of Accessible Education