ETS created the SuccessNavigator® assessment as an early warning tool to help colleges identify and support incoming students. It achieves this by measuring proven, noncognitive predictors of college success to improve first-year retention rates and student success. To date, more than 150 colleges are using the assessment to make a difference for their students. Read the testimonials below to learn more.
The SuccessNavigator Assessment in Action: Montgomery College
Montgomery College's Achieving the Promise Academy uses the SuccessNavigator assessment as a diagnostic tool to help identify students' strengths, weaknesses and areas of concern that need immediate attention. The results enable their Academic Success Coaches to create highly personalized and targeted academic success plans to keep students on track to complete their academic goals.
The SuccessNavigator Assessment in Action: Saginaw Valley State University
Saginaw Valley State University frames their work at the institution around student success initiatives, and they strictly rely on the SuccessNavigator assessment to identify at-risk students within the first three to four weeks of the semester.
The SuccessNavigator Assessment in Action: Iowa Western Community College
Iowa Western Community College believes the SuccessNavigator assessment is a better predictor of how a student will do in college than GPA and academic tests. It provides them with the information they need to most effectively advise their students and place them in courses that will help them succeed.
The SuccessNavigator Assessment in Action: Flagler College
Flagler College found that their Fall 2014 SuccessNavigator results were more predictive in determining student success and retention than any of the cognitive measures regularly used.
The SuccessNavigator Assessment in Action: University of New Mexico
The University of New Mexico is using the SuccessNavigator assessment on their campus to better serve their diverse student population and direct them to the resources they need to succeed.