Wellbeing Dimensions & More

The Wellbeing Assessment evaluates wellbeing outcomes and pathways across a selection of dimensions that:

  • Are relevant to the developmental tasks of young adult undergraduate students
  • Show the potential to be responsive to intervention
  • We believe the university setting can and should support

Wellbeing Dimensions

  • Meaning
  • Purpose
  • Belonging
  • Friendships
  • Activity Engagement
  • Academic Engagement
  • Civic Orientation
  • Positive Coping

In addition to these dimensions, the Wellbeing Assessment also covers other important components and correlates of wellbeing.

Wellbeing Components & Correlates

  • Physical health and substance use
  • Fundamental needs like financial security, safety, freedom from discrimination, and access to care
  • Subjective wellbeing indicators like happiness, life satisfaction, self-esteem, depression and anxiety
  • Positive attitudes like optimism and perseverance
  • Attitudes and behaviors related to inclusion and social justice