The College Survival and Success Scale (CSSC) measures noncognitive college readiness. First designed in 2006 and in the 2nd edition since 2011, the subscales that CSSC assesses include:
- Commitment to education.
- Self- and resource-management skills.
- Interpersonal and social skills.
- Academic success skills.
- Career planning skills.
Items are Likert-type, with response options ranging from “a lot like me” to “not like me.”
Year developed: 2006 (2nd edition since 2011).
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Martin, T. C. (2013). Cognitive and noncognitive college readiness of participants in three concurrent-enrollment programs. Community College Journal of Research and Practice, 37(9), 704-718. https://doi.org/10.1080/10668926.2013.774896
Liptak, J. J. (2006). College survival and success scale. Indianapolis, IN: JIST.
Liptak, J. J. (2011). College survival and success scale, 2nd ed. Administrator’s guide. IN: JIST Works. https://www.paradigmeducation.com/sites/default/files/facilitator%20resources/assessments/administrators-guide.pdf