About WCC Children's Center
Washtenaw Community College Children's Center has been housed on the WCC main campus since the late 1960's. In 1980 the Family Education Building which houses the Children's Center was built.
We offer quality child care and educational programs for the children of students, staff and faculty for on campus activities only. We care for children eighteen months through five years of age.
We are licensed, by the State of Michigan Department of Human Services, for 135 children per hour but routinely have only about eighty-eight children as our maximum during our peak hours. In 1999, the Center became accredited by the National Academy of Early Childhood Programs.
Children’s Center Accredited by the
National Association for the Education of Young Children
1509 16th Street NW
Washington, D.C. 20036-1426
(800) 424-2460/(202) 232-8577
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The mission of Washtenaw Community College Children's Center is to provide quality childcare for the children of the students and staff of the college. This enables the parents to not only attend classes but to excel in their programs or jobs. The service is given in safe, healthy and developmentally appropriate environment where educational opportunities for the well-rounded growth and development of each child is provided by trained and loving teachers.