Each new generation of college-goers presents a new set of challenges for faculty and student affairs educators, and the Millennial Generation has certainly done so since they began arriving on college campuses. Research suggests that characteristics unique to most Millennials are that they are highly motivated and high-achieving. Their ambitions are tied to personal gratification, and they utilize achievement as a means for gaining approval. In this article, the authors summarize research that demonstrates an increase in personally interested thinking and externality among Millennials, and discuss implications of these findings for moral judgment development and moral functioning. Written with H. Mechler. Journal of College & Character, 11(2), 1-9.