Evening Childcare Center
Evening Care provides a safe and welcoming environment with a flexible schedule for Infants, Toddlers, Preschool and School Age (to age 12). Dinner and a snack are provided each night. Children’s activities include art, music, science along with choice centers for play and homework. We also provide a large motor activity. Outdoor play areas also provided. Each age group will have a designated classroom and developmentally appropriate activities.
Who is eligible: All Pullman Campus WSU Graduate and Professional students who have enrolled in the WSU Children’s Center are eligible for subsidized evening care.
What days are available: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings are available.
Note: There will be no Evening Care when WSU classes are not in session, during finals week or holidays. See the WSU Children's Center website for more details.
What times are available: 5:30pm to 9:30pm daily.
What are the costs: A one-time $50 registration fee per family is required. GPSA will then pay for nightly tuition ($18) for the children of graduate & professional students after the registration fee has been made.Other users (non-graduate or non-professional students) will be charged $18 per evening per child.
Cancellation of nightly registration is required if your child(ren) are not able to attend. You can cancel by phone 509-335-8847 or website. A fee of $18.00 per child, per night will be charged if cancellation is not made. A signed service agreement will be available in the registration packet.
Where do I register: https://eveningcare.childrenscenter.wsu.edu/
What if I have questions: If you have questions regarding the GPSA subsidy, please contact the GPSA office at email@example.com. If you have questions regarding the Children’s Center, Evening Childcare Registration or payments, please contact the WSU Children’s Center at (509) 335-3564.
Those interested must visit the WSU Children's Center website and follow the link to Evening Care Registration. Once registered, you will be notified about the GPSA subsidy.