We provide developmentally appropriate programs on a full-day basis for children ages 8 weeks to 5 years of both University and community families.
- To provide educational opportunities for University students through observation and interaction with young children and their families
- To foster research and professional inquiry that makes significant contributions to the field of early childhood education and child development
- To provide quality, developmentally appropriate programming for young children, which includes fostering their sense of belonging and membership, nurturing positive social relationships and friendships, and facilitating their learning to reach their full potential.
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. This program supports the participation of low-income student-parents in postsecondary education through the provision of campus-based child care services. Families who meet the requirements of the CCAMPIS Grant may receive a reduction in their monthly child care tuition.
Participation in limited and we are not able to assist all those who apply.
For those who are in the program, CCAMPIS provides UGA student-parents:
- Financial assistance with child care fees
- Workshops on various topics such as parenting tips, stress management, child development, budgeting, time management, and others that student-parents identify as needed
- Information about community resources and agencies
Student-parent applications are considered for child care assistance through CCAMPIS funding on the basis of eligibility status, financial income, need, resources, and family contribution levels.
Undergraduate students must be receiving a federal Pell Grant or be Pell Grant eligible, based on the Expected Family Contribution. A FAFSA must be completed and on file with the Office of Student Financial Aid.
Graduate/Professional and international students enrolled at the University of Georgia may be eligible to receive CCAMPIS assistance pending verification of eligibility and Expected Family Contribution.
Please complete the application and return it and other required documentation to the address indicated or electronically to email@example.com
The Child Development Lab is always seeking qualified substitute teachers. The qualifications for this position are as follows: The applicant must be at least 18 years old, enjoy working with children, and have blocks of time available between 8am-5pm. CPR and First Aid certification preferred. If you interested in becoming a substitute teacher at the CDL, please contact Lori Treff at 706.542.4929 to scheule a meeting to discuss this opportunity further.