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Coronavirus COVID-19–Update

WSU Children’s Center completed their reopening plan in late May and began vetting the plan with various university entities. On July 9, the President’s Cabinet approved the plan for reopening.

The Center is resuming child care for summer enrolled families starting July 16, 2020.  All these summer enrolled families have been contacted.  Families who had previously registered to begin or continue enrollment at the beginning of fall semester will be contacted during the week of July 20 to update plans/confirm start dates.

We continue to take applications for enrollment; enrollment capacity may need to temporarily decrease to follow COVID guidance from health officials.  See Waitlist FAQ page for enrollment information.

Licensing / Accreditation

WSUCC is licensed by the Washington State Department of Children, Youth and Families. All aspects of the program are subject to DCYF regulations. For further information regarding Washington State’s child care licensing laws, please visit the DCYF website.

In 2008, WSUCC was accredited by the National Accreditation Commission for Early Care and Education Programs (NAC). Currently, WSUCC is in the process of seeking re-accreditation with NAC.

WSUCC participates in the Washington State Early Achievers program. Early Achievers is a Quality Rating and Improvement System (QRIS) that provides child care programs with resources and support to enhance early care and learning. More information related to the Early Achievers QRIS program can be found at this page.

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