ASI Children's Center

ASI Children’s Center

ASI Children’s Center

The Children’s Center is currently serving families. Interested in care for Fall 2021? Submit a waitlist application now! We have subsidized funds available for student parents. Please email your application to

The Center is not serving fieldwork students or observers. Guests and/or visitors are allowed in the facility by appointment only. 

We’re hiring! Student positions are open now. 

The waitlist for the 2022 academic year (Spring 2022 and Fall 2022) is open.

The ASI Children’s Center serves as a family support service for Sacramento State students by providing child care programming. Enrollment priority is given to Sac State students, and then opened to the rest of the Sac State community (staff/faculty). Accredited by the NAEYC, the Children’s Center is an exemplary program which models current principles and practice in child development. The Children’s Center serves as a home-oriented environment to meet a child’s emotional, physical, intellectual and social growth needs. The Children’s Center promotes educational experiences in the area of early childhood education by employing a large number of Sacramento State students.

2021-2022 Center Calendar

Upcoming Events

Celebrate 65 Years of ASI! 
Associated Students, Inc. turned 65 years old this academic year. Take a moment to check out the wonderful resources and events ASI has to offer. 

Center Closures

Thursday, November 11, 2021
Thursday, November 25 – Friday, November 26, 2021

About The Children’s Center

About The Children’s Center

Here you’ll find information about us including our NAEYC accreditation, tours, student observations, and our food care program.



The Children’s Center operates a variety of classrooms for children ages six months through Kindergarten. All individuals, two-years of age or older, must wear a mask in our facility. Learn more about our classrooms here. 


Contact, Location, & Hours

Location & Mailing Address

The Children’s Center is nestled under a grove of stately redwood trees on the southeast corner of the campus on State University Drive East.