Child Care Resource and Referral
Our Child Care Resource and Referral office can help you locate appropriate care providers, evaluate their quality and if you meet low-income qualifications, arrange financial assistance . We can provide referrals for both on-campus and off-campus care, including child care centers, family child care providers, school-age programs, Head Start programs, and preschools in the Tri-County area. On-campus child care is available, but limited.
Please Note: To be put on the Child Development Center or Child Care waiting lists, please contact those programs directly (contact information below.) The Child Care Resource and Referral does not handle waiting lists for the Child Development Center or Child Care programs.
Child Development Center
The Child Development Center is licensed by the state of Oregon and accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children. The Center is planned and staffed to provide a training facility for the Early Education and Family Studies department students and a sound educational program for young children. Particular emphasis is placed on building high self-esteem in children. Our anti-bias curriculum values the diversity and uniqueness of each child and his or her family. Child care services are available to Sylvania campus student parents and, to a limited extent, Sylvania staff. We provide a variety of constructive, dramatic, and creative materials and experiences.
Child Care at Rock Creek
The day program runs from 7:30am - 4:30pm Monday through Thursday. We offer both full day and half day care options for preschool children 3 - 5.5 years old who are fully potty trained. We have spots for students as well as staff and faculty. Rates vary depending on enrollment options.
For questions or to apply, call our office at 971-722-7511 or contact email@example.com.
Children must be between the ages 3-12 and they must be potty-trained. The hours of operation are 5:30pm-9:30pm, Monday-Thursday. Rates vary depending on days enrolled. Enrollment is per term and charges are billed to your PCC student account. We do not offer drop-in childcare. Activities include homework help, arts and crafts, dramatic play, outside time, reading and quiet time. If you want your child to attend our evening program call and leave a message 971-722-7511 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Child Care at Cascade
Cascade Campus, Student Center, Room 124 (Information Booth) | 971-722-5575
At this time there is no on-campus child care at Cascade. Cascade students in good standing, on financial aid, and Pell-eligible may apply for the childcare subsidy program. The childcare subsidy program provides financial assistance for school-related childcare expenses. We also provide referrals for off-campus childcare centers, family childcare providers, school-age programs, Head Start, and preschools located within the tri-county area.
Child Care Subsidy Grant Southeast
Southeast Center, Mt. Tabor Hall, Room 110 | 971-722-6363
There is currently no on-campus child care at Southeast, but we do offer two Child Care Subsidy Grants that provide financial assistance for child care expenses to students enrolled at Southeast Center. To apply for the programs, you must be in good academic and financial aid standing. Student must have children enrolled at a child care center or facility currently licensed by the state or qualify for our contracted childcare facility in the southeast area. Students may apply fall, winter, and spring terms. Applications are available the first day of the term at ASPCC office Mt. Tabor 110. Please contact Charlie Westley at 971-722-6363 with any questions.