Access and success is here for you! Whether you are a new student-parent at Seattle University or a current one, we can provide you with the support you need to achieve your educational goals.
As an undergraduate or graduate student with children, you have many responsibilities. Take advantage of resources to help you succeed as a student and parent.
Child Care Resources (CCR) provides several options so your family can find the best solution to fit your particular needs. The CCR database includes licensed child care centers, family child care programs, license-exempt preschools and school age programs.
Seattle Milk Fund provides child care grants and family support to
low-income, full-time students at King County’s colleges and
universities. While parents are in school, their children receive a
valuable learning opportunity in a licensed, quality child care facility
or preschool. Seattle Milk Fund helps parents realize their higher
education potential, which can create a brighter and more stable
financial future for their families.
As one of Washington’s longest-running charitable organizations,
Seattle Milk Fund has been fueling families’ futures since 1907.
Students are provided a quarterly child care grant of up to $1,300 per
child, and a quarterly family support grant of $450 per family.
In 2013-2014, Seattle Milk Fund presented a total of $261,548 in
grants to local families. Since changing its giving focus in 1965 to
provide higher education and family support grants, and in 1990 to
include child care grants, Seattle Milk Fund has awarded more than $16M
to local families.
Download additional information about Seattle Milk Fund.
There is now a primary location for the campus lactation room, located in a shared space in the University Services Building, 201b. Please contact Public Safety ahead of time at 206-296-5990 to coordinate use of this room. The Student Health Center also offers a lactation space as is allowed when all of the clinic rooms are not in use. Please call the SHC at 206-296-6300 or contact the SHC at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange use of our clinic rooms.
There are now changing tables in the library bathrooms as well as the first floor men's and women's bathrooms of the Student Center (STCN).
Center for Orientation and Transition Programs (COTP)Student Center Building, STCN 320901 12th AvenueSeattle, WA 98122
Phone: 206.296.2525 Fax: email@example.com