Additional information about the measure’s development and our approach to assessing its reliability can be found in the publications and presentations listed below*:

Creating Collaborative and Effective Wellbeing Assessment Programs,” IUPUI Assessment Institute, Nicole Brocato, Laura Hazlett, Bridget Hayes, October 2018

Getting the resources you need: Engaging stakeholders in student wellbeing programming,” American College Health Association (ACHA), Nicole Brocato, Malika Roman, May 2018

Turning Wellbeing Data into Effective Programming,” NASPA -Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education, Nicole Brocato, Malika Roman Isler, Laura Hix, John H. Pryor, Penny Rue, March 2018

Engage, Belong, Thrive… Measure? How a Wellbeing Assessment Can Inform Campus Recreation,” North Carolina Recreational Sports Association Presentation, Laura Hix, September 2017

Assessing the precursors and attainment of wellbeing in higher education using the Engine Model of Well-being.” International Positive Psychology Association Handout, Eranda Jayawickreme, Nicole Brocato, & Bridget Hayes, July 2017

Assessing wellbeing precursors and attainment in higher education.” Nicole Brocato, Eranda Jayawickreme, National Council on Measurement in Education Paper, April 2017

*Note: As the measure has evolved, so has our terminology. Most notably, earlier presentations reference “precursors,” now referred to as “pathways.”