Infant Toddler Program: Children who are 6
months to 2.5 years of age. You can apply
anytime* -- even when you're pregnant -- to be
put on the waiting list.
Preschool Program: Children who are 2.6
years to Kindergarten.
School Age Program: Children who are in
Kindergartent through 2nd grade before
and/or after school. You can apply anytime* to
be put on the waiting list.
*An on-site visit of the children’s program, facility and grounds is required prior to applying.
A waiting list application form must be
completed and returned to the Center Office,
along with a $10 application fee.
An application fee is not required from students
eligible for subsidized childcare.
The application fee is not refundable and is not
applied toward any other fees.
*You can apply anytime to be placed on the waiting list, even when you're pregnant.
Priority for enrollment in the Infant Toddler,
Preschool and School Age programs is:
1st Priority: CSULB students
2nd Priority: CSULB staff/faculty
3rd Priority: CSULB alumni
4th Priority: Community
*Children of CSULB staff, faculty, alumni, and
community are offered services as space
The Director or one of the Program Coordinators will be notify parents by phone if a space is available. An appointment will be arranged to review the registration packet/forms.
The child will be admitted following the return of the completed registration packet/forms. Your signed registration forms, along with each Contract Change Request form are binding contracts. All Center forms are used at one time or another for ACCOUNTABILITY or FUNDING and are reviewed and audited by the Department of Social Services - Community Care Licensing, the California Department of Education, Associated Students, Incorporated, California State University, Long Beach and our independent auditors.
These are official documents. It is extremely important that each form be complete, legible, accurate and signed. Forms that are not complete will be returned and could delay your enrollment.
Parents are required to submit a new Yellow Emergency Contact Information card for each of the following contract periods: Fall, Winter, Spring, and Summer sessions. It is the parent's responsibility to update these cards as changes occur. This information is critical. In the event of an illness or emergency, the staff must be able to locate and contact the child's parent or an authorized adult at all times.
Immunization documentation must be on file before the child’s first day.
A statement from your child's physician attesting to your child's health ("PHYSICIAN'S REPORT - CHILDCARE CENTERS") is required. Your child may start school while you are obtaining the physician's statement if your child's immunization documentation is already on file. The physician's statement must be turned in no later than two weeks after your child starts attending school.