The California Department of Education, Early Education Division, and Department of Social Services, Child Care and Development Division, contracts with UCLA Early Care and Education to provide services to a limited number of low-income UCLA student families. A State formula using the number of family members and family total gross monthly income establishes priority within the subsidized Student Applicant Pool. Any change of income or number of family members will affect priority status for potential admission. It is very important to call ECE at (310) 825-5086 if your information changes.
Eligibility for the State Programs
To be eligible for the CA State programs, the total household monthly gross income must be equal to or lower than the levels shown in the table below. If there are two parents in the home, the second parent must also be a full-time student (at any school) or working full time. CDE contracts are prioritized as follows; UCLA undergraduates and families with the lowest gross monthly household income are considered first.
Note: If your family exceeds the total household gross monthly income limit while you are in the Student ECE Applicant Pool awaiting an offer of enrollment, your application will be moved to the general ECE Applicant Pool (fee-paying). These income limits are effective as of July 1, 2022.
State Fiscal Year 2022–23 Schedule of Income Ceilings (100% of State Median Income)
|Family members in home (children and adults)||1-2||3||4||5||6|
|Total Household Gross Monthly Income*||$7,068||$8,049||$9,342||$10,837||$12,332|
* If your income varies from month to month, average your income over the past 12 months to find your household gross monthly income. Income of any siblings living at home who are age 18 or over must be included in this total.
Early Care and Education
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Los Angeles, CA 90095-1785