Grants & Subsidies

The Richard M. Guon Child Care Center can assist eligible MCC student parents with their child care costs.  The Center has two grants which are targeted to provide low income student parents with subsidies for child care. MCC students who have served in the U. S. Military (Active Duty, Reserves, or Guard) or have a spouse who is on active duty, receive priority enrollment for their children. In addition, the MCC Association, Inc. has established a scholarship fund for eligible student parents who do not meet the income guidelines for the subsidy grants.

CHILD CARE SUBSIDY GRANTS
-For full time child care – Student parent must be taking 15 credits(or classroom hours) between 7:00-5:30pm. On-line courses do not meet eligibility requirements.  Student parents may also qualify if taking 9 credits and working 21 hours per week between 7-5:30pm. If receiving full time child care subsidy, children must attend the Richard M. Guon Child Care Center for at least 30 hours per week.

-For part time child care – Student parent must be taking 9 credits(or classroom hours between 7-5:30pm on Monday/Wednesday or Monday/Wednesday/Friday or Tuesday/Thursday. On-line courses do not meet eligibility requirements. If receiving part time child care subsidy, children must attend the Richard M. Guon Child Care Center for at least six hours per day.

-Damon Students – Students may enroll their children at the Richard M. Guon Child Care Center (space permitting). For students taking the majority of their classes at Damon, there is limited funding to apply for a subsidy that can be used at a student-selected NYS registered or license child care provider. All other grant requirements apply.

To apply for a child care subsidy, parents must complete an application including course schedule, eight weeks of most recent paychecks or latest income tax return. All subsidy grants are first come, first served.

CHILD CARE SCHOLARSHIPS AT RICHARD M. GUON CHILD CARE CENTER
-MCC Students who do not meet the income requirements for subsidies may apply for a child care scholarship. Parent must be taking 6 credit hours between 7-5:30pm and meet scholarship income guidelines in order to qualify. Children must be attending the Richard M. Guon Child Care Center.

To apply for a child care scholarship, parents must submit their latest income tax return and their course schedule.

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