The insights of students into their lived experiences of remediation must shape how legislators and community college leaders make effective decisions about remedial education reform. To support equitable, student-informed decision-making, The Education Trust—West hosted five focus groups with Black and Latinx California Community College students to learn about their experiences in remedial courses and in transfer-level courses with corequisite support. Here we share students’ perspectives on 1) the academic and social supports they found impactful, 2) how remedial courses and transfer-level courses with corequisites impacted their opinions of themselves and their campuses, and 3) improvements to remediation that would help more community college students graduate.