Dear Parent,

The Clayton State University Child Care Access Mean Parents in School (CSU CCAMPIS) Program is a child care tuition assistance program funded by the U.S. Department of Education and administered by Clayton State University and Quality Care for Children (QCC). The CSU CCAMPIS Program provides consumer education and child care scholarships to help parents who are pursuing their undergraduate degree.   Primary goals of the program are to support student-parents and ensure that children are educated in a quality enriched environment while their parents are attending class.  Qualifying freshmen and sophomores enrolled at Clayton State University, who have children ages 0-4, may be eligible to receive a CSU CCAMPIS Program scholarship for up to $125 per week per eligible child to cover costs associated with quality child care.

The CSU CCAMPIS Program is a needs-based program and is specifically designed for Pell eligible parenting students.  If you think you may be eligible for the CSU CCAMPIS Program, please complete and submit this application.  Note: The CSU CCAMPIS Program is not a government program, and is not an entitlement program.  It is funded through a grant from the U.S. Department of Education and participation in the program is voluntary.  Further, eligibility for the CSU CCAMPIS Program does not guarantee enrollment, as both space and funding are limited.  

Completing this application does not constitute an agreement for services, and in no way guarantees acceptance into the CSU CCAMPIS Program.

Once your application has been submitted, it will be reviewed, and you will be contacted within 10 business days.  If you have questions about the CSU CCAMPIS Program, contact: Deborah Deckner-Davis, Ph.D., Professor, Department of Psychology and Human Services at Clayton State University at (678) 466-4836