Nationally, 1 in 5 higher education students are also parents. Approximately 70% are mothers, and many are BIPOC. Student-mothers are more likely to lack additional childcare options, identify as single parents, and are less likely than student-fathers to complete their degree programs. How can access services staff support this historically underserved population and adapt to serve the needs of our patrons in the 21st century? From the perspective of a branch campus library where over half of our students are first generation, a lot! / This presentation will discuss how we have created space for students with dependents to study in a welcoming and accessible environment that can serve infants to teenagers. This talk will also offer time and space for attendees to consider if the access services staff at their home library have opportunities to serve student-caregivers in a more formal way. By taking a page out of the public libraries' book, we have dedicated labor to providing safe, specialized furniture, growing representative children’s and young adult collections, and offering responsive programming that serve families in our community. At our library, staff hope not only that our student-parents will be better supported to complete their educational goals, but that their children can see a future for themselves as second generation college graduates.