This qualitative and phenomenological study explored seven core domains: cultural adjustment experiences, perceived American values, relationship patterns, acculturation challenges, ethnic and discrimination issues, school and work experiences, and stress coping mechanisms for Ethiopian immigrant college students in the Twin Cities. In-depth interviews were conducted with nine male and six female students between 21 to 39 years old. A Consensual Qualitative Research approach was used to analyze and interpret the data. The study found that Ethiopian immigrant students have social interaction challenges among themselves due to tribal and political issues in their home country. However, they adopted integration strategies and learned new values. It is recommended that an Ethiopian Community Center include orientation, counseling, and research centers to improve the situation.