The relevance of this topic is connected to the fact, that the ability to fulfill the interests of other people on the way to personal wellbeing is still not researched enough. Can he be tolerant, can tolerance as a characteristic of a person be helpful to gain subjective wellbeing. Also, the question of borders of tolerance is highly discussed. The theoretical part of the work presents the analysis of terms «Subjective wellbeing» and «Tolerance», also as the review of the present data in the research of subjective wellbeing and tolerance in students. In the empirical part the following psychological instrumentarium is used: The neuropsychical stability questionnaire (LVMA im. S. M. Kirova), Express-questionnaire «tolerance index» (G. U. Soldatova, O. A. Kravtsova, O. E. Huhlaev, L. A. Shaigerova), The technique of diagnostics of communicative tolerance (V. V. Boyko), The technique of diagnostics of tolerance to uncertainty (S. Badner), The scale of subjective wellbeing (adaptation of NPC «Psychodiagnostica» Jaroslavl state university im. P. G. Demidov), SAN technique. The results of the research. The person, that is subjectively positive, has a high neuropsychical stability, low tolerance to uncertainty and low personal tolerance. It may be also supposed, that high marks of subjective wellbeing are achieved by high communicative and low tolerance to uncertainty. Between the subjective wellbeing and ethnic, social and basic tolerance no significant interrelations were found.