CDC accepting applications for 2019-2020 school year

The Marie Shaw Dunn Child Development Center at Northwestern State University is accepting applications for the 2019-2020 school year. Children must be 3 or 4 years old by September 30, 2019, to be eligible for enrollment.

All applications must be submitted to the CDC by 3 p.m. Friday, March 15. An application is available online at cdc.nsula.edu and available in the CDC office.

Tuition for NSU CDC is $4,600 annually and must be paid by April 1 of the attending school year. A $175 supply fee is due upon enrollment.

The Marie Shaw Dunn Child Development Center is a preschool program for 3- and 4-year old children. The center is a Tier III preschool center that is accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children. The center is dedicated to providing parents, children and university students with the best early learning environment possible.

For more information, contact Amanda LaGrange, director/supervising teacher, at lagrangea@nsula.edu or call the CDC Office (318) 357-6860

5 thoughts on “CDC accepting applications for 2019-2020 school year

  1. I still think that’s too expensive! I remember when my son went to Lab School, not daycare. It was free back then..

  2. The CDC is absolutely worth every penny! You can’t put a price on a good education. The director and teaching staff there are phenomenal. Both my children have attended, and I can honestly say that they are the best! The curriculum is top notch. They are ALWAYS working with the kids. Everyone is so patient and focused on the children. In addition, they are open until 5:30 so that takes away the cost of after school care. Keep up the amazing work CDC!

  3. $4,775 annually is really for 9 months. That comes to $530/month. Plus most parents would still need after school daycare, what’s that another $150/month, then 3 months of summer daycare, another $500/month, give or take a few bucks. Whoa!

    • They’re actually open till 5:30 pm. So, you don’t have to get daycare on top of this. Plus, they actually teach. It’s not just “a daycare.” If you attend, you also get priority placement into E-Lab.

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