Troy University’s Coleman Center for Early Learning and Family Enrichment is scheduled to reopen June 1 with a comprehensive COVID-19 safety plan.
Located at the university’s Dothan Campus, the Coleman Center provides high-quality early learning and care for children in the Wiregrass region from six weeks through 5 years old.
In order to promote a…
Troy University is now accepting applications from students for a new program aimed at easing the burden of child care cost.
Qualified students can now apply for the Child Care Access Means Parents in School (CCAMPIS) Program, a Department of Education-funded initiative that provides subsidized child care to student-parents enrolled at all of TROY’s Alabama…
For many of Troy University’s working adult students, a significant obstacle to completing their degree is the cost of child care—but a new grant from the U.S. Department of Education will help ease that burden for some.
Troy University has received $246,526 from the Department of Education to form a Child Care Access Means Parents…
Troy University’s Coleman Center for Early Learning and Family Enrichment has been awarded three grants that will fund classrooms for 54 children.
The Alabama Department of Early Childhood Education recently awarded three First Class Pre-K grants to the Coleman Center, an early learning center located at Troy University’s Dothan Campus.
The grants will lead to…