Summer Internship and Opportunity Fair

This year’s fair is scheduled in-person on February 15, and virtually on the Handshake platform on February 16, 2022. This event is for undergraduate students interested in obtaining a resume-building opportunity for Summer 2022. The Fair hosts employers from all over and will highlight those who are most dedicated to diversity. Learn more about employer values on the event website

Child Care Access Means Parents in School

Child Care Access Means Parents in School (CCAMPIS) is a program designed to assist parenting students on campus by providing high-quality child care services, counseling, and access to resources at and around OSU. With the new year, comes a new CCAMPIS application. Please CLICK HERE to access the new application for 2022. I encourage you to share this email with colleagues and students around campus so that we are able to bridge the gap in college education for Pell Grant-eligible undergraduate students and low-income graduate students.

Click here for more information: CCAMPIS Student Poster

Childcare Assistance for Parenting Students at OSU

CCAMPIS

Child Care Access
Means Parents in School

 

 

The Child Care Access Means Parents in School Program, authorized by the Higher Education Act and administered by the U.S. Department of Education, supports the participation of low-income parents in postsecondary education through the provision of quality licensed, nationally accredited campus or community childcare services for children six weeks to 12 years old. CCAMPIS provides: priority scheduling, evening childcare, life skills coaching, and referrals to university and community resources.

 

WHO IS ELIGIBLE?

In order to be eligible for CCAMPIS funding you must:

  • Be a Columbus campus student.
  • Be a Pell Grant eligible full-time student; determined by filing a FAFSA PRIOR to applying for the childcare stipend.
  • Be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident.
  • Be the parent of a child/children aged six weeks to 13 years old, with the child/children having been claimed as the dependent on your previous year’s federal tax return. (If child was not old enough to have been claimed on last year’s tax return, a copy of the birth certificate will suffice.)
Learn more

 

QUESTIONS?

 

Contact Stephanie Fields, Program Coordinator at fields.633@osu.edu

 

To learn more about research on parenting students, visit the Crane Center’s CCAMPIS Project.

 
 

Childcare Assistance Grant for Parenting Students

NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR SPRING SEMESTER

 

OFFICE OF DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION | ACCESS COLLABORATIVE

 

CCAMPIS

Child Care Access
Means Parents in School

 

 

The Child Care Access Means Parents in School Program, authorized by the Higher Education Act and administered by the U.S. Department of Education, supports the participation of low-income parents in postsecondary education through the provision of quality licensed, nationally accredited campus or community childcare services for children six weeks to 12 years old. CCAMPIS provides: priority scheduling, evening childcare, life skills coaching, and referrals to university and community resources.

 

WHO IS ELIGIBLE?

In order to be eligible for CCAMPIS funding you must:

·      Be a Columbus campus student

·      Be a Pell Grant eligible full-time student or low-income graduate student

·      Determined by filing a FAFSA PRIOR to applying for the childcare stipend.

·      Be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident.

·      Be the parent of a child/children aged six weeks to 12 years old, with the child/children having been claimed as the dependent on your previous year’s federal tax return. (If child was not old enough to have been claimed on last year’s tax return, a copy of the birth certificate will suffice.)

Learn more

Questions? Contact Stephanie Fields, Program Coordinator

fields.633@osu.edu