This report describes the study our team conducted to better understand the needs and experiences of Black students at UNC Charlotte related to the spaces, services, and resources of Atkins Library. The research team for this study was comprised of representatives from the library’s committees for Assessment, Diversity & Inclusion, and Student Engagement. To make this assessment, we used a multi-method approach that included focus groups and Photovoice discussions, in which participants took photographs that were then discussed in group sessions. All participants in the study were students at UNC Charlotte who identify as Black and/or African American. Deliberate steps were taken to reduce the influence of the potential biases of the research team and to ensure that participants felt comfortable sharing frank feedback on potentially sensitive topics.