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Nurturing Parenting Workshop
Thursdays, 6p-7:30p, Jan 15- Feb 5

Moss Street will host four parenting workshops during the beginning of Winter Term for the University community. All interested parents are invited to attend. Because we provide a light meal and child care, we ask that you contact us ahead of time. The sign up sheet is at our front desk, and you can sign-up by stopping by, emailing or calling us with your information. Dates and topics of each workshop are linked here

Winter Term 2015 Care
Scheduling ongoing...

Although available space is limited, we are still accepting applications for care. You can come by the Moss Street office to pick one up, or print it from this website. Submitting an application is how you get offered care or get on the waitlist.

You can view current application forms and waitlist information here.

Child care has been provided as a program of the Erb Memorial Union to the University of Oregon community since 1970.

Our primary mission is to support UO student parents by providing
high quality care for their children while they attend classes.

Our secondary mission is to provide employment opportunities
and training
in caring for children to UO student staff.

Important Upcoming Dates

Moss Street Closure
Monday, January 19th
In Observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. the University and Moss Street will be closed.

Center-wide Pancake Breakfast
Friday, January 30th
Parents invited to participate. Consider staying a while and sharing this fun breakfast with other families from your child's classroom.

Student Employment

Want to work at Moss Street? Although all student positions have been filled for winter term, sometimes staff schedules change during the first week of a term. Thus, we are still accepting applications from all students. You can see the positions descriptons and print-off an application here.


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Each prospective and currently enrolled parent is expected to review and be familiar with the content of our Parent Handbook.

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