The Child Development and Learning Laboratory has two different funding sources for the preschool program. These are only funding sources and have no impact on the quality of the programming in each classroom because children from both funding sources are enrolled in every classroom. Each classroom focuses on supporting the individual child, helping them to learn and grow. Teachers meet regularly to plan goals for each classroom in the laboratory, and implement those goals through high quality programming. The program assistant, Charlotte Galgoci, will assist you in determining which funding source your family is eligible for within the CDLL.
The Head Start Program is a free federally funded program serving children who are three or four. This program serves children who meet income qualifications and gives priority to parents who are full time students.
The Tuition program is for three or four year old children from the University or the community in which parents pay for their children to attend a four day per week preschool session.