Financial Assistance Options
- Undergraduate, Graduate and low-income employee families should apply for the "Access to High Quality Early Childhood Education Scholarship Fund." The description and link to the application are on our homepage. Eva-Marie Hatfield at (906) 487-3528 or email@example.com.
- Undergraduate and Graduate students, as well as low-income families should apply for financial assistance through the Department of Health and Human Services. The Department Of Health and Human Service determines eligibility.
- The Women's Caring Program Child Care Commitment provides financial assistance for early care and education for children birth to 5 from disadvantaged families (who are working more than 35 hours per week or full-time student(s) or a combination of both) who are not eligible for childcare payments from another funding source. For more information contact lisa@WomensCaringProgram.org or call 1-800-875-6751.
- Students may also use their overage checks from the Department of Financial Aid to cover childcare costs. Students have the option of taking out a student loan to cover other college related costs including childcare. For more information about Financial Aid contact the Michigan Tech Financial Aid Department at (906) 487-2622 .
In order to clear up some confusion about child care rates, we have provided some information to help compare your current rates to the Little Huskies rates
- Remember that our rates are figured out at a monthly rate not a weekly rate. During the months that there are five weeks the rates do not increase.
- In order to figure out an accurate weekly full time rate for Little Huskies you must take monthly rate divided by 4.3 (weeks in a month).
- In order to compare your current weekly situation, multiply by 4.3.