Frequently Asked Questions
Who can use the DCCC Child Development Center (CDC)?
The DCCC Child Development Center is open to the public. We welcome families from Davidson County and beyond. DCCC faculty, staff and students are also welcome, but you do not have to be associated with DCCC to enroll your child.
When is the CDC open?
The CDC is open Monday through Friday 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
How much does it cost to enroll a child?
Tuition is $630.00 per month that can be paid monthly or semi-monthly. This is the price of tuition for all ages unless you have subsidy from an outside agency.
Does the CDC accept subsidies or tuition assistance?
We accept tuition assistance from Smart Start and several Social Service agencies. We will partner with any Social Service agency in any county.
What rating does the DCCC CDC have?
The CDC is a five star facility.
Do DCCC students teach in the CDC?
The CDC serves as a hands-on laboratory site for College students enrolled at DCCC. The CDC offers students at the college excellent opportunities to learn about child development and the education of young children by observing and interacting with children under the supervision of qualified teachers and staff. It is the role of the CDC staff to model developmentally appropriate practices and to guide students in their interactions with children and families. All College students working directly with children have had necessary background checks and health assessments.
How do I find out more about the CDC?
We’re happy to speak to you about the wonderful opportunities and experiences that await your child and family. Give us a call at 336.249.8186, ext 4830. You can also find us on Facebook to see pictures and current news about the center at facebook.com/DCCCChildDevelopmentCenter.