The Child Care Access Means Parents in School (CCAMPIS) program is a federal grant funded by the U.S. Department of Education to support parent-students. This program supports the participation of low-income parent-students 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 is limited.
- Financial assistance with child care fees.
- Workshops on various topics such as parenting tips, stress management, child development, budgeting, time management, and others that parent-students identify as needed.
- Information about community resources and agencies.
Parent-student 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.