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Art of Childhood exhibit

The 4th annual Art of Childhood exhibit has had their opening reception April 2nd at The Commons in the HEDCO building.

The art showcased will be by children from the Co-op Family Center, Vivian Olum Child Development Center, and our own personal favorite Moss Street Childrens Center.

The exhibit is going on throughout the entire month of April. It's always a positive experience to see childrens creativity at work.

The HEDCO building is located on the southwest corner of campus. It can be found just off Alder Street. There are University parking lots that can be used for free after 6pm located near the building on the corner of 17th and Alder.

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

Child Care applications:

Summer and Fall applications will be coming out before you know it! So keep an eye out at the beginning of May when the application process starts again.

Summer Term- available April 28th, due May 7th, confirmations by June 5th.

Fall Term- available May 18th, due May 28th, confirmations by June 30th-UO students.

Student Employment
Want to work at Moss Street? Although all student positions have been filled for spring 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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