The Imhotep’s Learning Community (ILC) is a peer-mentorship group formed of university students of African heritage to support each other as they progress through university and/or college, regardless of discipline. ILC members may also be mentored by university faculty and staff. This intentional community meets once a month for an event that is focused on building students’ success and offering a safe space to receive encouragement. Events are planned by the ILC Executive Committee, a six-person volunteer student body comprised of a President, Vice-President, Social Media Coordinator, Secretary, and two Events Team personnel. All ILC members serve as advocates, promoting the ILC and ILA to the broader university and external communities.