North Carolina Childcare Assistance Program
This program is available to eligible students who demonstrate exceptional financial need. It will assist in paying childcare funds for students who must have their child(ren) in childcare in order to attend college. Click here for an application for this program or pick up an application in the Financial Aid Office.
The maximum award for the Childcare Assistance Program is $80 per week. Childcare funds can either be paid to the day care or the student (if the student provides documentation of payment to the day care). Payment is made on a monthly basis and is always deferred one month.
Selection for Childcare Grant is based on:
- Your Expected Family Contribution (EFC) derived by the FAFSA. The grant is given to the neediest students.
- Your GPA is also considered during the selection process. The grant is given to the students with the highest GPA’s.
- The number of children in day care is also considered when selecting recipients for this grant.
- Preference is given to renewal applicants pending a GPA of 2.5 or higher and an EFC of $4400.00 or lower.
- The students must have their child(ren) in a legal/licensed facility in North Carolina.
- Students must maintain at least half time enrollment in on-campus courses in an eligible program
- Must maintain Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) as defined by the SAP Policy.
Any questions regarding Childcare Assistance should be directed to Allyson Howell by phone at 704-669-4217 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- The amount awarded to each student may or may not cover the full cost of childcare provided. It is the responsibility of the student to arrange payment for the difference in cost. Cleveland Community College will continue to pay according to the agreement as long as funds are available.
- The student is responsible for turning in a Childcare Attendance Sheet each month. If Childcare Attendance Sheets are turned in late, students are not guaranteed to receive payment for the month.
- Payment will be made on or about the fifteenth of the following month.
- The student’s allocated amount for childcare assistance may not change during the school year due to increases from the childcare provider
- The Financial Aid Office has the right to terminate the agreement if guidelines are not followed.
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