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Children’s Center lends a hand to student-parents

The Associated Students' Children's Center provides a safe environment for children to learn and interact while their parents attend classes. Children can paint and do other arts and crafts while at the center which cares for children between the ages of 18 months and 5-years-old. Photo credit: Trevor Stamp/ The Sundial

Allessandra Lopez

October 8, 2014

When senior and public health major Amanda Pritchard was expecting her first child, she carried with her the seemingly impossible responsibility of passing her classes, while making sure her son received proper care when she was away. Although Pritchard will have to take some time off from school, s...

Parenting on a part-time salary

LaTiere Galvan

June 7, 2010

Summer is fast approaching and some single parent students may be concerned with parenting on a part-time salary. While parenting already has its challenges, single-parenting on such a limited income and attending school may seem impossible. But there are a few arrangements that can be made so that students may still attend classes...

On-campus day care receives four-year grant to help parents finish college

Marlene Pantaleon

August 26, 2009

Children Center Podcast As adults struggle through the California budget crisis, the Associated Students (A.S.) Children’s Center brings optimism to the children of CSUN students. The Children’s Center just received a $971,136 four-year grant that will help provide child care for need-based stude...

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