Increase student wellbeing with good connections
80% of the students indicate that they experience loneliness. This often results in study failure and psychological problems. Having good social connections can prevent this and contribute to student well-being.
Why does this often go wrong now?
- Students have no way to easily interact with other students outside of their class.
- If a student feels lonely, it is too much of a barrier to contact a dean/student psychologist (who really understands them).
With Joinby you offer your students their own safe community to easily build social contacts and find help from each other. Curious how?
Connections outside your bubble
Offer (starting) students outside their own class a lively student community where they can easily get in touch with other students.
“Before I started my studies, I already had tennis appointments with someone from another study”
– Charlie –
Groups with like-minded people, direct insight into what you have in common with someone else, being able to organize events yourself or participate and chat 1 on 1.
“So nice that during my exam period, when I was having a hard time, I could chat super easily with my mentor. That really helped.“
– Eve –
Contributes to more physical encounters and students' initiative.
“By signing up for events, I quickly had good contact with new people with the same interests. “
– Eric –
What do you get?
Benefits of a community
Case Karel de Grote Hogeschool
See how Karel de Grote University of Applied Sciences has improved student well-being among its students with its own community
Step-by-step plan of your own community
Let's get to know each other. Schedule a no-obligation introduction of 45 minutes and we will discuss: your challenge(s), what possible solutions are and how our platform works.