The Child Care Access Means Parents In School (CCAMPIS) grant is a federal program
of the U.S. Department of Education that assists parents with the cost of keeping
their children enrolled in quality, accredited, and conveniently located child care
services. Our program provides partial funding to low-income students
who are eligible to receive Pell grants and are in pursuit of post-secondary education.
Who is eligible?
Students must meet the following eligibility guidelines:
- Eligible to Receive Pell Grant, and
- Reside in Flagler or Volusia county, and
- Income is below poverty level (US Dept. of Education current poverty level chart), and
- Have a minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA for continuing students or be registered as a new student, and
- Enrollment in a minimum of 6.0 college-level credit hours
- Must choose a child care facility on the CCAMPIS Provider list
CCAMPIS participants will be required to:
- Attend ONE parent orientation
- Attend TWO parent workshops
- Pay weekly co-payment for child care provided
- Submit monthly attendance
- Complete parent surveys
For more CCAMPIS information, please email Rabecka Collins at Rabecka.Collins@daytonastate.edu
"Being a parent and going to school is a challenge that I truly understand. I am passionate about helping the students find child care options and provide them with support and encouragement through their journey in pursuing their educational goals. Seeing the students succeed and knowing that their child has received quality care is the best reward of my job."
CCAMPIS office locations:
Flagler/Palm Coast Campus