The University of Michigan offers the Child Care Subsidy to students to assist with the cost of child care of their young, dependent children. International students may qualify. To align with the university’s plans in which students will pursue their education through in-person, hybrid, and/or remote formats, the university temporarily changed eligibility criteria for the Child Care Subsidy beginning fall term 2020.
During this temporary period, which will end at the close of the spring/summer 2022 term, child care expenses from any licensed child care provider will be eligible for reimbursement under the subsidy, regardless of the state, country, or agency of licensure. Eligibility will once again be limited to the State of Michigan beginning fall 2022. Other eligibility criteria for the Child Care Subsidy continue to be in effect.
- For one child, the maximum is $3,118 per term
- For two children, the maximum is $4,572 per term
- For three or more children, award maximum is $6,028 per term
For one child, the maximum is $3,430 per term
For two children, the maximum is $5,029 per term
For three or more children, award maximum is $6,631
If you have questions about the Child Care Subsidy please email email@example.com .
The Ross School of Business Office of Financial Aid is a satellite office of the University of Michigan Office of Financial Aid.