Early Childhood Center Programs
The Early Childhood Center (ECC) Programs at Brooklyn College was established in 1953 as the laboratory school of the School of Education. The Center provides a space for students to explore questions of child development and to study the contributions of educational, social and cultural environments to children's growth. Parents and other family members are actively involved in their children’s education.
The Early Childhood Center Programs offer day programs for infants, toddlers and preschool aged children, as well as after-school programs for children from infants through elementary school years. The ECC also offers instructional, observational, and research opportunities for students and faculty at Brooklyn College and throughout CUNY.
Only children whose parents/legal guardians are registered Brooklyn College students can be accepted into the ECC Programs, with the exception of our Universal Pre-Kindergarten Program. Priority registration is provided to children of full-time matriculated Pell eligible students and military connected student whose academic schedules require full time care. Fees for student-parents may be as little as $5.00 per week for qualifying families, based on household income and family size.
Maximum Student-Parent Fees
Day Program (Monday – Friday) 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.
- Infants (4 – 12 months) $89.00 per week
- Toddler (1 – 2.11 years) $85.00 per week
- Preschool (3 – 3.11) $64.75 per week
- Universal Pre-Kindergarten – Free for children four-years-old (all UPK seats are tentative until the NYC Department of Education gives official notification of the number and type of seats we will have for the upcoming school year.
Afterschool Program (Monday – Thursday) 3 – 7 p.m.
- Infants (4 – 12 months) $20.00 per day
- Toddler (1 – 2.11 years) $18.00 per day
- Preschool (3-5 years) $15.00 per day
- School Age (6-12 years) $12.00 per day
Location: 1604 James Hall