As part of its broader Student Parent Success Initiative, IWPR conducted original research focusing specifically on Black single mother students. This report summarizes findings from 25 interviews IWPR conducted with Black single mother community college students, consisting of both students who were enrolled at the time of the interview and those who had been enrolled in the prior five years. These interviews provide insight into how college settings promote or inhibit the success of Black single mother community college students, how Black single mother students engage with institutional resources, which of these resources they find beneficial, and how institutional resources can better serve their needs.