AU’s Child Care Center now accepting applications for summer camp and pre-K programs

The Augusta University Child Care Center is now accepting applications for their summer camp and 2019-2020 pre-K programs.

Both programs are available to children of university faculty, staff and students. Those interested in applying for the summer program can begin sending in applications Feb. 25. Registration closes May 17.

Applications for the 2019-2020 pre-K program can be submitted from Feb. 18-July 26.

Fully licensed by the state of Georgia, the Child Care Center has programs for each child’s level of development and varied activities for learning and play based on age. The center also provides nutritionally balanced lunches daily, as well as morning and afternoon snacks.

Located near the Health Sciences campus at 601 Old Bailie Street, the Child Care Center is open year round Monday through Friday. Children 6 weeks old to 4 years old are eligible.

During select times, such as summer vacation and holidays, space may be available for children up to 12 years of age.

For more information about Augusta University’s Child Care Center, prices or other inquiries, contact Vanessa Washington-Griffin or call 706-721-4171.

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Emily Lacey is a writer in the Division of Communications & Marketing at Augusta University. Contact her to schedule an interview on this topic or with one of our experts at 706-721-6144 elacey@augusta.edu.

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