CCAMPIS Child Care Subsidy

Project: Research project

Project Details


: The CCAMPIS Child Care Subsidy will provide low- income
student parents with greater access and affordability for high quality child care.
The partnership with Bright Horizons Family Center, located approximately 4 miles from
ASUs Tempe campus, offers a convenient location for student parents who attend
the Tempe campus. Bright Horizons Family Center is state licensed and will seek
Accreditation by the National Association for Early Childhood Education (NAEYC).
In addition, Bright Horizons enrolls infants, which expands the child care options for
student parents with an infant.
Effective start/end date10/1/189/30/22


  • US Department of Education (DOEd): $1,003,704.00


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