OSU Child Care Center - Buckeye Village

Center in Columbus, OH 43202

The Ohio State University Child Care Program a department of the Office of Human Resources provides quality childcare that allows families in the university community to participate in and fulfill their responsibilities to the university. Support for academic units is provided by offering opportunities for study and research by students and faculty. The Child Care Program is licensed by the State of Ohio Department of Job and Family Services.

Child Ages:
6 weeks - 5 years
Licenses & Accreditations:
Ohio Department of Job & Family Services- county contract
Children per Teacher:
Infant: 4/1, Toddler: 5/1, Pre k: 9/1, Afterschool: 12/1

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The OSU Child Care Program was founded on the belief that high quality early care and education benefits the growth and development of the youngest children in our University community as well as their families.

Therefore we strive to provide a secure nurturing and stimulating environment that enhances young childrens:

recognition of themselves as persons of value
understanding of individuals who are different from themselves
respect for themselves and others
development of self-regulation
creativity and imagination
critical thinking skills
joy wonder and knowledge of their world


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