Child Care

SUCCESS Sliding Scale Child Care Vouchers

Succeed Using Child Care and Educational Student Services (SUCCESS)

What is the SUCCESS child care voucher program?

Funded by the US Department of Education, the federal Child Care Access Means Parents in School Program (CCAMPIS) provides funding for child care sliding scale vouchers and support for qualified TWU students on the Denton campus through the TWU Succeed Using Child Care and Educational Student Services (SUCCESS). The SUCCESS program recognizes that child care is a major obstacle for student parents.  This grant leverages university and local resources to help students find a child care center that best fits their needs and budget. Additionally, SUCCESS provides personalized support to positively impact persistence and graduation.

How does SUCCESS work?

Students who meet the eligibility requirements of the grant may submit an application.  Based on available funding and student need, a portion of child care costs will be paid directly to the child care center.  The greater the student’s financial need, the greater the  amount of the voucher --up to 60% with maximum monthly vouchers not to exceed $444 for one child or $844 for two or more. These sliding scale vouchers are offered for fall and spring semesters. Summer vouchers will be provided based on funding availability. CARE will distribute the vouchers to the pre-approved child care centers based on student choice.

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Kalen Stimpson and her daughter Kalise. Kalen is our first CCAMPIS-SUCCESS graduate.
Kalen Stimpson and her daughter Kalise. Kalen is our first CCAMPIS-SUCCESS graduate.

Eligibility requirements (based on grant funding priorities):

  • Currently enrolled in an undergraduate degree seeking program
  • FAFSA on file with TWU Financial Aid
  • Pell eligible
  • Minimum GPA 2.0
  • Good academic standing and making satisfactory academic progress (SAP)
  • Preference for full-time enrollment and single parent status 

SUCCESS program requirements:

  • Selection of licensed pre-approved childcare provider in the Dallas/Fort-Worth are
  • Regular communication with SUCCESS advisor
  • Meet with SUCCESS advisor to complete orientation and child care choice advising
  • Participate in symposium (1 once per semester)
  • Volunteer 1 hour per semester and record in Pioneers Engage
  • Complete CCAMPIS and SUCCESS surveys
  • Maintain eligibility

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Grant Approved CCAMPIS SUCCESS Childcare Providers
DaycareContactEmailPhone
Alphabet Academy Dorothy Fernando Email Alphabet Academy 682.558.9469
Children's Corner Preschool Michelle Burnett Email Children's Corner Preschool 940.387.5561
Children First Preschool Rhonda Crabbs Email Children First Preschool 940.320.7157
Children's Garden Montessori Academy Athirai Baskaran Email Children's Garden Montessori Academy 972.540.0909
First Baptist Church Child Development Center Anna Allgood Email First Baptist Church Child Development Center 940.382.2579
First United Methodist Church-Denton Kay Jennings Email First United Methodist Church-Denton 940.382.5478
Footprints Preschool Abby Allison Email Footprints Preschool 940.497.4267
Fred Moore Child Care Center Kayti Porter Email Fred Moore Child Care Center 940.387.8214
Springbok Academy Liz Seibt Email Springbok Academy 940-381-1861
Tiny Tykes Learning Center Sophia Holmes Email Tiny Tykes Learning Center 940.483.0521
Tree House Academy-Corinth Paige Hedges Email Tree House Academy-Corinth 940.498.0133
TWU Clubhouse Shaneka Guyton Email TWU Clubhouse 940.898.3653
Wellspring Christian Academy Charlotte Allen Email Wellspring Christian Academy 940.591.9900

Connecting with other student parents

Other parents can often be your best resource. Here are some sites that can help you connect with other parents to find resources or recommendations about childcare, schools, etc.

  • Student Organization: TWU S.P.A.R.K. (Student Pioneers Also Raising Kids)
  • TWU has an after-school program for children 5 and older called The Club House.

Helpful resources during your child care search

Here are some resources to help you determine what child care may be best for your family, including information about assistance for low-income families and licensing.

Statewide Child Care

Page last updated 2:54 PM, July 13, 2020