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Child care can be expensive, if you are seeking financial assistance there may be programs available to you.  With the help of the Center for Child Care and Family Resources, you may be able to apply for help paying for your child's tuition.

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Financial Assistance for Child Care  

 

Child Care Access Means Parents In School (CCAMPIS)

The Child Care Access Means Parents In School (CCAMPIS) program is a federal grant funded by the U.S. Department of Education to support student-parents as they complete their education.  Students who are eligible may receive financial support for up to 75% of their child care costs while in class and/or studying. Visit the Center for Child Care and Family Resources page on CCAMPIS for more information.

School-Life Scholarship

Funding is provided by the Associated Students of the University of Utah (ASUU) Student Government and is available to any student parents (regardless of income) who are experiencing a financial hardship and need support paying for child care while completing their semester course work.  Visit the Center for Child Care and Family Resources page on the School-Life Scholarship for more information.

Early Head Start Partnership

ASUU Student Child Care center is excited to be a part of the Early Head Start Partnership program.  This program is available to children enrolled at ASUU in the Yellow Room (6 weeks-23 months).  Families who are income eligible will be able to receive benefits such as fully funded child care, disposables such as diapers, wipes, and formula, as well as free health screenings for your child.  This classroom is also staffed by two highly qualified full-time staff, for more information see our Staff Bios.  Families must first apply to be enrolled at ASUU Child Care and then may apply through Early Head Start for these exciting benefits.  For more information contact the center Director at asuuchildcare@sa.utah.edu.  

Last Updated: 9/28/16