Access to affordable, safe, and reliable child care is essential to the ability of college students with children to pursue higher education. In Oregon, systemic challenges within the state’s child care and early learning system can make it difficult for student parents to find and pay for the care they need. This report describes findings from a study conducted by the Institute for Women’s Policy Research to describe the landscape of child care access for college students with children in Oregon, on campuses and in communities. Informed by a review of literature and state policy, a series of expert interviews, and a survey of Oregon’s campus child care centers, the report shares insight into the early care and learning services available to student parents in Oregon, the gaps in access that can make it challenging for them to enroll in and complete college, and opportunities to strengthen access for their improved educational and economic success. This research and report were developed with support from The Ford Family Foundation.