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Welcome to the Student Parent Resource Hub!

College students with children - student parents - make up more than 25% of the college population in the U.S., and need support to help balance caregiving and financial responsibilities with work, study time, and class. At Iowa State University, we have many ways to assist you as a student parent. We are here to help in identifying resources, locating policies, learning about programs and connecting to peers.

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This Month's Resource

Campus Family Housing

Schilletter Village (SV) Apartments

Department of Residence, 2419 Friley Hall

515.294.2900

Family housing is available in Schilletter Village. SV is typically available to any student who is married or in a domestic partner relationship and/or has custody/visitation rights for dependent children; the student's spouse/domestic partner and/or dependent children.

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For additional family resources at ISU and in the Ames and Story County area, check out the ISU Family Resource Guide.

News & Important Dates

Child care scholarships still available!

4 Feb 2019

CAP (Childcare Assistance Program) provides scholarships to assist undergraduate student parents with their child care expenses while they are attending ISU. Students may be awarded up to $750 per academic semester.

All undergraduate student parents are encouraged to apply, regardless of classification or credit load. Apply today by visiting:
https://childcare.hr.iastate.edu/financial-assistance

Congress triples federal funding for low-income student parents

27 Apr 2018

"The omnibus spending package passed last month reversed that, marking the first new federal investment in student parents since Congress authorized the Child Care Access Means Parents in School program (CCAMPIS) in 1998. The spending increase -- from $15 million to $50 million -- was among a slate of new funding for college access and student aid programs. CCAMPIS provides grant awards on four-year cycles to colleges that support childcare on campus."