University-Linked Child Care

By: Deborah W. and Mary M.

Licensing Standards

They must show parents all policies they hold. They must inform parents of injury. They must see health logs of children and keep records. They must have child's contact information.



If the specified age of the children

in the group is…

Then the maximum number of children one caregiver may supervise is…

0 – 11 months - 4 Children

12 – 17 months - 5 Children

18 – 23 months - 9 Children

2 years - 11 Children

3 years - 15 Children

4 years - 18 Children

5 years - 22 Children

6-13 years - 26 Children


Services provided in University-Linked Child Care

University Students provide the child care and offer Breakfast, Lunch, and an Afternoon snack. They offer Nap time and creative activities to encourage learning.

Advantages

  • Cheaper
  • Meals
  • Good for people in area
  • Good for University students & Staff
  • Creative environment

Disadvantages

  • Students lack experience
  • Only available on campus
  • Restricted hours of operation
  • Students only work sometimes creating instability in leaders

Families Best Fit

Lower income families in the area. Staff or students at the University.