The Middle-Income subsidy is funded by the Child Care and Family Resources office to support student parents as they complete their education. This subsidy is meant to support student families who do not meet the income guidelines to qualify for CCAMPIS but are still needing help in covering child care expenses while going to school. University of Utah students who are eligible may receive financial support of up to $1,500 per semester paid to their child care center. Student families must meet the following guidelines in order to receive a subsidy:
- Student parent must be enrolled and in good standing (cumulative GPA of 2.0 or above) at the University of Utah (either full-time or part-time) during the semester for which the subsidy will be received. Grad students must either be taking classes or registered for thesis hours
- Child must be enrolled in one of the on-campus child care programs (UKids-Presidents Circle, UKids-East Village, UKids-Guardsman Way or BioKids)
- Enrolled student parent must be the legal guardian of the child for whom the subsidy will be used
- Family may not exceed income eligibility
- Student parent must apply each semester
- Student parent (or spouse/partner) must attend a Financial Assistance for Child Care Orientation hosted by Center for Child Care & Family Resources before application will be processed (Only need to attend once, not every semester)
- If awarded, student parent (or spouse/partner):
- Must volunteer in your child's Child Care Center. The amount of volunteer hours will
depend on the subsidy amount awarded. Volunteer hours should be worked on throughout
the semester and completed 1 month before the last day of class.
- Must volunteer in your child's Child Care Center. The amount of volunteer hours will depend on the subsidy amount awarded. Volunteer hours should be worked on throughout the semester and completed 1 month before the last day of class.
Eligibility is based on what is called 'total family resources' which includes (but is not limited to) the following for the whole family:
- Money, wages or salary
- Net income from self-employment
- Social Security (for adult and/or child)
- Dividends, interest income
- Public Assistance (money/food benefits/child care assistance, etc.)
- Pension and annuities
- Unemployment/disability insurance
- Worker’s Compensation insurance
- Child Support
- Veteran’s pensions
- Fellowship awards
- Grants/Scholarship Awards
Undergrads: Full-time = 12 credits, Part-time = 6 -11 credits
Grads: Full-time = 9 credits, Part-time = 5 - 8 credits
|Size of Family Unit||2||3||4||5||6||7||8||9||10|
|Total family resources up to||$54,930||$69,090||$83,250||$97,410||$111,570||$125,730||$139,890||$154,050||$168,210|
|Please note: this chart is subject to change.|
NOTE: Seeing that you qualify based on the chart above is not a guarantee that you will receive the subsidy. You must apply and receive an award before planning to use these funds.
In addition, if your income does not qualify according to the chart, but is close, please call our office as there may be other options.
Access to the online application link for the CCAMPIS Grant Subsidy will be available after the date below. Remember, you or your spouse/partner must attend the Financial Assistance for Child Care Orientation before your application will be processed (sign-up link is posted above).
Please watch here for updating of the application availability.
|Semester||Applications accepted after|
December 1, 2022
April 1, 2023
Applications will continue to be accepted all semester long, however, they will be processed in the order received but only when all requirements have been met (orientation attendence, all documents received, etc.). So, the sooner you submit a completed application, the sooner you will receive notification of award.