Child Care Subsidy
ASUO helps eligible student parents by reimbursing them for a portion of the costs associated with caring for their child or children. The Child Care Subsidy Program is paid for by Incidental Fees and coordinated by the Office of the Dean of Students. For more information, visit the Basic Needs website.
Eligibility for this program is based on several factors, including enrollment status and financial need. Financial need can be demonstrated by confirming participation in one of seven state and federal assistance programs, or by demonstrating low income. The program does not require that students be U.S. citizens or permanent residents; it is also available to international students. See the Program Guidelines for full eligibility criteria.
Applicants must use their UO credentials to log in to Engage in order to access subsidy program forms.
The UO Child Care Subsidy Program is operated by the Basic Needs Program in the Office of the Dean of Students. Questions may be directed to:
Care for the Children of Student Parents
Co-op Family Center
ASUO subsidizes a child care center located at the Spencer View apartment complex. The Co-op Family Center prioritizes enrollment for the children of active university students yet is not affiliated with the university.
Moss Street Children's Center
ASUO provides funding for the Moss Street Children's Center, a university-affiliated child care which prioritizes enrollment for the children of UO students. The Moss Street Children’s Center is located on campus and operated by the Erb Memorial Union.