Expanded Childcare Facilities Planned for Northwestern University’s Staff and Faculty

Northwestern University is expanding its childcare facilities for working parents to help students, faculty, and staff. A new center will open near the Evanston, Illinois, campus. The center will offer childcare services to up to 60 youngsters from six weeks to five years old. Some 20 spaces will be allocated for infants. Priority will be given for children of staff and faculty. Also in Evanston, Northwestern also hopes to increase capacity for its YMCA Children’s Center which now enrolls 105 children of faculty, staff, and students.

At Northwestern’s Chicago campus, the Children’s Center will be expanded to hold 40 additional toddlers and infants. Currently there are 70 children enrolled.

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