On Campus Childcare

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On Campus Childcare

On Campus Childcare Options

Helen Gordon Child Development Center

Full day, year round; 6 weeks through 5 years; full-time & part-time availability for children under 3 years.

ASPSU Children's Center


Full day and flexible hours; academic term, occasional summer terms; 6 months through 7 years; part-time availability.

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Little Vikings Flexible Care

Full day & flexible hourly; year round; 6 weeks through 12 years. Two day per week or three day per week options.

Baby Vikings

Full day & flexible hourly care, year round; 6 weeks through 2 years old. Currently Closed

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Interested in Employment?  Positions for on-campus childcare centers are posted on Handshake 

 

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

FUNDING  RESOURCES

Paying for Childcare can seem daunting - but there are a variety of both on and off campus resources available to you as a student parent. If you have any questions about these resources, please stop by our offices, send us an email or give us a call. We are available Monday-Friday,8am-5pm. Some additional resources include:

  • Child Care Access Means Parents In School (CCAMPIS) This grant helps pay a percentage towards on-campus childcare at Helen Gordon Child Development Center. You must have a child enrolled at Helen Gordon to be eligible..
  • Oregon DHS: Child Care The Employment Related Day Care program (ERDC) helps eligible low-income working families pay for child care.
  • Oregon Student Child Care Grant Assist parents enrolled in post-secondary education obtain safe, dependable care that supports their children’s development while allowing completion of the parent’s academic programs

CHILDCARE  RESOURCES

 

Child Care Resource and Referral of Multnomah County
 
Multnomah County Child Care Centers Listing
Compiled by the Early Learning Division, Oregon Dept of Education
 
Multnomah County Child Care Family Home Listing
Compiled by the Early Learning Division, Oregon Dept of Education

Find Child Care Oregon

Find Child Care Oregon includes resources, information, tips, and strategies to finding the childcare that's right for you. They even have an online childcare search tool


Child Care Assistance
Oregon's Department of Human Services manages the Employment-Related Day Care program (ERDC). ERDC helps eligible low-income families pay for child care while they are working.
 

Central Coordination Child Care Resource and Referral
Resources to help you meet your child care needs
 

Oregon Early Learning Division
 
Oregon Early Learning Division - Request Complaint and Compliance History - Child Care Providers