The HEIghten outcomes assessment suite is made up of 5 assessments designed to measure general student learning outcomes. These modular assessments are designed to provide information to students and institutions, such as student progress on each learning outcome. The standard-setting study for the 3 assessments that make up the first phase of the HEIghten suite (critical thinking, quantitative literacy, and written communication) was conducted in 2016. This report describes the standard-setting study conducted for the 2 remaining HEIghten assessments that make up the second phase of development (civic competency and engagement [CCE] and intercultural competency and diversity [ICD]). The standard-setting panel consisted of 12 college-level educators who teach undergraduate students the transferrable skills measured by these assessments. For 2 forms of each assessment, the panel recommended 2 threshold scores per form, which mark the beginning of the second and third performance categories. Using modified Angoff methods, the panel made 2 rounds of judgments, with feedback and discussion between the rounds. Evaluations were administered after training and at the conclusion of the study. The panelists indicated that their standard-setting training was clear, that the process was easy to follow, that they understood the purpose of the study, and that they supported all of the final recommended scores.