In the 21st century, university students across the US and at UM-Flint are likely to be increasingly diverse and multiracial/multicultural (ethnicity, race, sexual, gender and national identity, religion, language, culture, age, etc), increasingly socially engaged and aware, and increasingly technology and information-sharing oriented. In less than 30 years, the majority of the US population will be people of color and in less than 25 years, the majority of workers in the US will. Experience working in diverse contexts will be a top-five work related experience that employers are looking for in the next five years. Finally, in the 21st century, projections indicate that margins of inequality could increase across race, class and gender... unless the next generation is committed and prepared to change these projections. In the spirit of the students who founded the ICC and the staff and administration that worked to establish it, we intend to fully commit ourselves to making sure that our students are fully prepared and believe they can change these projections.