Student Child Learning Center

Bryan Community‚Äôs Student Child Learning Center was opened in the Fall of 2002. Our purpose is to provide childcare for the student-parents attending Bryan Community.  The center is  a licensed facility and has also been accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children.  In addition, we have met the requirements of ITERS (Infant/Toddler Environmental Rating Scale) for the past three years.  We care for 8 infants and 8 toddlers during school days.

The program is federally funded and follows the High/Scope Approach to early childhood learning.  We are partially funded by the Six Pence Endowment grant that allows us to operate with a 3:1 ratio.

Parenting and early child development classes are required for all student parents, helping them understand, plan, and approach one of the most challenging and important jobs a person can do, that is, to be a good parent. The center also provides the opportunity for students to complete internships and training in the child care profession.

Contact Kiley Rezac at or Jillian Roethler at for more information.