College years are crucial in the development of personal and professional identity. Not only psychological development but also many changes in values and attitudes take place during that phase of life. While development is deﬁned as growth towards greater cognitive differentiation and integration, change usually refers to reversible alterations over time (Pascarella & Terenzini, 2005). Cognitive structural stage models describe developmental change whereas theories of socialization deal with changes in values, due to environmental and sociological causes. In this study Kohlberg’s (1984) cognitive developmental and Schwartz’s (1992) value theory represent the distinctive effects on students during college. Besides the mean-level changes we investigated the interdependence of change between these two concepts.