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  • 1. Little Aggies Logan Campus Ali Rasmussen, Mack Perry, Debora Huggins, Ami Merket, Brigitta Borrego Research provided by: Group Members
  • 2. Childcare On Campus
    • Children’s house.
      • Services provided to students, staff, and faculty
      • For children 3 to 8 years old
      • Student hourly rate is $2.75
      • Space is limited
      • Moving to new education building
    Research provided by: Group Members
  • 3. Little Aggies: Brigham City Campus
    • Established by Kiersten Wilson in 2006
    • The hourly rate for newborn up to age two is $2.50, two through twelve is $2.00.
    • Parents are responsible for feeding and diapering their children.
    • A pager is provided to parents, when they leave a child at the center.
    • Parents required to volunteer.
    Research provided by: Group Members
  • 4. Why We Need Little Aggies in Logan
    • Need for Newborn to age 3 services.
    • Added convenience and cost reduction for students.
    • Increase in enrollment with added student services.
    • Expansion of internship and job opportunities.
    Research provided by: Group Members
  • 5. Little Aggies in Logan Would be Different
    • Work with Children’s House
    • Larger Facilities
    • More Locations
    • Better Pager System or cell phone use to reflect larger campus
    • Hourly rate difference or student fee allocation
    Research provided by: Group Members
  • 6. What We Need to Do
    • Form student committee
    • Gain faculty support
    • Gain student support and awareness
    • Further research
    • Program approval
    • Collaborate with Children’s House
    • Budget approval
    • Building allocation
    • Licensing and training
    Research provided by: Group Members
  • 7. Who Would Need To Approve This Project? Research provided by: Ali USU administration Education Dept. ASUSU Student Services Fee Approval Building needs Presentation Grants/scholarships Student Involvement Children’s House
  • 8. What Are The Costs?
    • 850 faculty and 23,000 undergraduate and graduate students.
    • Children’s House had a budget of $10,000 for 2009.
    • If student fee was needed for funding only .43 cents per student is required to raise $10,000.
    • Grants and subsidies are also available.
    Research provided by: Ami, Brigttta, and Ali
  • 9. Where Should We Start?
    • Set up committee
    • Get the word out
    • Gain student interest
    • Get parental status on college application
    Research provided by: Group Members
  • 10. Advertising/Informational Plan
    • Online advertising
      • Facebook, myspace, twitter, online petition
    • Print advertising
      • Press release, articles, features
    • Radio
      • Local, campus
    • On Campus
      • Posters, fundraising events, TSC table, flyers
    Research provided by: Mack Perry
  • 11. Questions?