Enrollment

This institution is an equal opportunity provider!

For all UADC programs please email manager@uadc.org or call 608-233-5371 for more information and a virtual tour. We look forward to meeting you!

UADC Preschool, 4K, After-School and Summer Camp enrollment is now open! In order to sign-up, send a signed contract (see links below) to manager@uadc.org. UADC office staff will invoice for enrollment fees and send additional paperwork once your child’s enrollment is confirmed.

Tuition Assistance

Need help with funding? We are here to help and there are options out there for you. UADC offers scholarships and we can also assist you in applying for state or city assistance, please contact us at manager@uadc.org to make a Funding Appointment today.

The Wisconsin Shares Child Care Subsidy Program supports families by funding a portion of the cost of child care while the guardians are working or participating in an approved activity.

You can complete an application by Applying Online or by calling or visiting your local Income Maintenance Agency.


Call the City of Madison Child Care Tuition Assistance Program at (608) 267-4996. Program staff will conduct a phone screening to determine your eligibility. Visit the site for more information.


We also suggest the UW Madison Tuition Assistance for Employees and Students. You can visit them here.


UADC has further scholarships available from our UADC Scholarship Fund.


Contracts and Cost

Preschool/4K:

12-Month Contract

9-Month Contract

Month-to-Month

School Age:

Afterschool Contract

Summer Camp Contract


What to Expect After Enrolling at UADC

After submitting the application and deposit, guardians receive a confirmation of their registration from administrative staff, and a copy of the UADC Family Handbook, which contains all sorts of helpful information about UADC center policies and procedures.

UADC strives to provide the best possible transition into our community from your current childcare setting. To that end, we believe it is important to make a connection between you and your classroom teachers from the get-go. The first step in this process is a meet-and-greet video meeting between family members that would like to participate and lead teaching staff, in order to go over classroom routines and your child’s specific goals and needs.

Some families choose to make the first day in the program a half-day so that child(ren) can best acclimate to the new school environment. Teachers will discuss a transition plan that will work best for your family during the meet-and-greet.