Child Care Assistance for UW-Madison Students
Child Care Tuition Assistance Program (CCTAP)
Assistance for income eligible UW-Madison students. *Please note that CCTAP is the primary financial aid program to help with student parents' child care costs.
Access for Infants and Mothers (AIM)
Assistance for income eligible UW-Madison undergraduate students (both mothers and fathers) enrolled full-time in a degree program. Student parents should always apply first for CCTAP.
The Kids-Kare program makes back-up and mildly-ill care affordable for UW-Madison students, faculty and staff by offering a reduced rate at the Chicken Soup child care center for back up care and free hours of mildly-ill care through Maxim Healthcare Services.
Privately Funded Student Child Care Scholarship Grants
Discretionary child care grants are available to UW-Madison student families who experience emergency or family related issues that leave them unable to cover the costs of their regulated child care.
Single Parent Scholarship Program
The Adult Career and Special
Student Services (ACSSS) office has scholarships for SINGLE PARENTS to
help with college tuition costs.
Web site: http://www.dcs.wisc.edu/info/finanserv/SP-scholars.htm.
Phone: (608) 263-6960