Subsidy, Grant & Loan Opportunities
UC Davis Student Parent Child Care Subsidy Program--please click here
On-campus and Off-campus programs for undergraduate, graduate, and professional students.
UC Davis WorkLife Unit
Heitman Staff Learning Center (near Silo)
Yolo County Child Care Subsidy Program
City of Davis Child Care Services
600 A Street
Davis, CA 95616
This income-based program administers several different child care subsidies for parents who are working, seeking employment, in training, or attending school in Yolo County. Child care must be provided within Yolo County by a licensed or legally exempt child care service. Additional funding may be available for families with children in need of protection from abuse, neglect, or exploitation, children whose special needs cannot be met without the provision of child care, or children whose parents are incapacitated and cannot provide adequate care. Applications are accepted throughout the year, and place your name on the Yolo County Centralized Eligibility List (YCEL) waiting list for all grants administered through this program and for which you may be eligible. Placement on the waiting list is based upon priorities mandated by each program, typically income-based and need for care. It is important to notify the program of any changes in family status to reassess your position on the YCEL.
The Yolo County Subsidy Program is funded through the Child Development Division of the California Department of Education with state and federal grants.
Quarterly Book Awards for Single Parents
Reentry Student Services
121 South Hall
Through the generous contribution of Peggy Browneller Parad, reentry alumna and former reentry student assistant, Reentry Student Services offers one $100 book award each quarter. All undergraduate UC Davis reentry students who are single parents to apply. For more information, please contact email@example.com.
Human Resources Administration Building
UC Davis Employee Benefits has information and publications on the Dependent Care Flexible Spending Account, short term disability for maternity and family and medical leave.
The Financial Aid Office offers loans to help student who have dependent children and related child care expenses. Applicants who are married, or with dependent children age 18 and under, should submit an Alternative Budget Request Form. Forms are online at http://financialaid.ucdavis.edu/undergraduate/forms/ugforms3.html. Professional Students should contact their respective financial aid offices.
Professional School Financial Aid
Veterinary Medicine Financial Aid and Scholarship: Aaron Broadus, Scholarships and Financial Services, firstname.lastname@example.org 530- 752-9722--specific scholarships available.
UC Davis Law School Financial Aid and Scholarship: $1,500 grants and loans for Child care
UC Academic Student Employee (ASE) Benefits
The current childcare reimbursement available to Academic Student Employees will be available to all graduate students starting Fall 2013. Endorsed by the Chancellor and Provost, the new Graduate Student Childcare Reimbursement Program will provide up to a $600 a quarter reimbursement to all graduate and professional students to help defray the childcare costs for dependents aged 0-12. Starting Fall 2013, the graduate student program will be part of the Student Parent Child Care Funding program administered by WorkLife and the documents below are invalid. Please use the new application found on our Student Parent Child Care Funding page. The program is now titled," Graduate Student Child Care Grant (GSCCR).
If you still need to get a reimbursement for summer 13 use the forms below and submit to your department as before.