Stakeholders in postsecondary education include faculty, staff, students, administrators, and in land-grant universities, the entire state. As the U.S. grows increasingly diverse, so does the landscape of higher education. Intercultural competence (IC) is important to meet the needs of the diverse stakeholders of the university, but there is little research on faculty and staff intercultural development. The purpose of this research was to evaluate a diversity training program targeted primarily at faculty and staff and determine what intercultural learning components participants absorbed. Data were collected using survey methodology and was analyzed qualitatively. Findings showed that faculty and staff were able to acquire various components of IC, but learning was more likely in events combining educational content and audience interaction.