State Tuition Assistance

Families who receive state tuition assistance need to make an appointment to meet with the Program Assistant to review procedures immediately.  Families who receive tuition assistance are required to pay the two-week advance payment. A monthly bill will be received from the Bursar’s office.  Families will be required to pay up to one-half of the monthly bill, dependent on the pattern of state payment and child attendance.  This information will be reviewed by the Program Assistant and Director and will determine an expected monthly payment for the family.  Changes may be made to this amount based on variation to the above factors.  Families are not double-charged for child care.  Any overpayments on the account at the end of the year will be carried over to the following year’s child care bill or will be refunded to the family.

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