Affordable Accredited Child Care Equals Student-Parent Success

Need assistance paying for your childcare?  AACCESS can help! (Affordable Accredited Child Care Equals Student-Parent Success.) You can find out more about the San Jacinto College Childcare assistance program below.

Qualifications for CCAMPIS include:

  • A minimum GPA of 2.0
  • Enrolled in a minimum of 6 hours per semester
  • Must attend two parent/family activities per semester
  • Must complete a FAFSA application for current academic year.

Award amount is dependent on Estimated Family Contribution (EFC).

Students who do not maintain these requirements in any one semester must meet with an SJC Educational Planner and the AACCESS Program Lead or other designated AACCESS staff, who will help them create a plan for improvement.


Childcare Application


Application linked above will forward to the appropriate funding department.

More Information


EFC Amount

(Pell eligible only)

CCAMPIS % Discount

Estimated Weekly Payment (avg.)*

5 days -

1 child

5 days -

2 children

3 days -

1 child

3 days -

2 children

$0-$200 EFC






$201 - $500 EFC






$501 - $1000 EFC






$1001 - $1500 EFC






$1501 - $3000 EFC






$3000 - $4500 EFC






$4500 - EFC cut-off






Above EFC cut-off (reg. student rate)

Not eligible for discount





Non-student rate







Wraparound services, special events, and educational programs designed for all student-parents and their children.


Participating AACCESS student-parents will be required to attend one of these or other Center events per term, along with their children, as part of the parent agreement included in the AACCESS application process.

Activities/Parent Sessions

Be on the look-out for upcoming events. Past events include Family Literacy Night, Family Science Night, Week of the Young Child and OLE! Playground.




Participating AACCESS student-parents will be required to attend at least one of the programs (examples listed below) per semester, as part of the parent agreement when applying for the AACCESS program.

Events may include, but are not limited to:

Mental health informational presentation

College resources:

  • Student Services
    • Educational Planning,
    • Counseling
    • Completion counselors

Community resources:

  • The Harris Center for Mental Health
  • Paid consultant

Financial literacy presentation

College resources:

  • Financial Aid Services
  • Student Services

Community resources:

  • Local bank or credit union with whom the College or the San Jacinto College Foundation has an established relationship (e.g., Bank of America, Bank of Texas, Texas State Bank) or one with whom a new relationship is established by AACCESS project personnel

Paying for school workshop

College resources:

  • Financial Aid Services (applying for financial aid/completing the FAFSA)
  • SJC Foundation staff (applying for scholarships)

CHIP, Medicaid, and other healthcare resources

Community resources:

Nutrition education, including Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), home gardening

College resources:

  • Student Engagement & Activities (campus food banks)
  • Houston Food Bank

College resources and services presentation

  • Student Services (may include representatives from the following offices:
    • Tutoring
    • Educational Planning
    • Counseling, & Completion
    • Career Services
    • Veteran Services
    • Student Success Centers
    • University Center for Transfer Advising
    • and others, as determined by student-parent interest)



Download and complete the AACCESS Parent Agreement PDF.