Eligibility

Eligibility

ELIGIBILITY

NJCU STUDENTS

Each child must have a parent registered as a student at New Jersey City University. Full-time students may receive up to 48 hours of child care per week while part-time students may receive up to 20 hours of child care per week. Extenuating circumstances may be considered. Contact the director.

Children must be between the ages of 2 ½ and 5 years of age for the day time program and between the ages of 2 ½ and 8 years of age for after-school program and drop-in care. Due to licensing regulations, we cannot accept children under the age of 2 ½. No exceptions will be made.

A copy of the parent’s class schedule must be provided each semester. A completed application must be returned before your child begins the program. Applications cannot be returned on your child's first day of school. Each child must have the Universal Child Health Record completed by a physician.

Children who require medication for severe allergies must provide the center with a written medical plan from the physician. Each child must be up-to-date on immunizations. A copy of the child’s immunization records must be attached to the Universal Child Health Record form.

Parents must meet with their child's teacher before they begin the program. Parents do not have to be on campus while their child attends school. The center does require that parents complete a parent attendance form, indicating where they may be contacted in the event of illness or an emergency.

NJCU STAFF, FACULTY & ALUMNI

Each child must have a parent employed by New Jersey City University OR a parent who is a graduate of NJCU Children must be between the ages of 2 ½ and 5 to enroll in the day time program. Children 2 ½ to 8 years are eligible for after-school program and drop-in care. A completed application must be returned before your child begins the program.

Applications cannot be returned on your child's first day of school. Spaces will be available on a first come, first served basis. Each child must have the Universal Child Health Record completed by a physician. Children who require medication for severe allergies must provide the center with a written medical plan from the physician.

Each child must be up-to-date on immunizations. A copy of the child’s immunization records must be attached to the Universal Child Health Record form. Parents must meet with their child's teacher before they begin the program.

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