San Diego Miramar College (also referred to as Miramar) is a public community college in the neighborhood of Mira Mesa in San Diego, CA.
It is part of the California Community Colleges and the San Diego Community College District, which offers degrees, certificates, and transfer options in the field of Child Development/Early Education.
San Diego Miramar College currently offers on-campus child care services to full-time students, staff and the local community.
Child Care Assistance for Full-time students, Teachers, and Employees
The San Diego Miramar College Development Center provides preschool education to up to 48 children ages 2-5 in the heart of the Mira Mesa campus. The Center provides a learning environment for college students to develop skills for working with families and children. Child care fees are assessed based on each family’s individual income, family size, and service provided.
Child Care Assistance for Students
EOPS students may qualify for educational grant money for on-campus child care through the Cooperative Agencies Resources for Education (CARE), administered by the State of California to assist single parents attending college. To be eligible, you must be at least 18 years of age, single, the head of household, and a current recipient of TANF/CalWORKs for yourself and/or your children.
Child Care Assistance for Teachers and Employees
Through a partner, San Diego Miramar College provides employees an Employee Assistance Program (EAP) that offers confidential services for both the employee and his or her family members. Among those services are unlimited referrals for Child Care services.
San Diego Miramar College Child Development Center (Site)
San Diego City College District Child Development Center Family Handbook (PDF)
Cooperative Agencies Resources for Education (CARE)
You can also speak to someone by calling (619) 388-7869
Employee Assistance Program (EAP)