NCCCC- Celebrating 46 years of supporting excellence in programs for young children.
The National Coalition for Campus Children’s Centers (NCCCC) is a nonprofit educational membership organization supporting excellence in programs for young children in communities of higher learning by providing opportunities for leadership, professional development, research, networking, and advocacy.
Statement of Purpose
In order to fulfill its mission and philosophy, NCCCC is committed to:
The seeds of NCCCC were sown during the activist climate of the 1970s in Riverside, California, where an informal non-profit organization was formed called the Robert F. Kennedy Council on Campus Child Care. This Council had as its major goal the promotion of quality comprehensive child care at institutions of higher education so that it would be available for all students who sought it, and for all children who needed it. After several transitions resulting from the growth of the organization and the needs of its members, in 1982 the National Coalition for Campus Child Care was formally incorporated as a membership organization. (A more comprehensive history is available by contacting the NCCCC office.)
NCCCC Historical Timeline (at-a-glance)
How to Contact NCCCC
National Coalition for Campus Children’s Centers188 Front Street, Suite 116-104
Franklin, TN 37064
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about NCCCC
From January 1st to December 31st, regardless of the date you join.
Your username and password can be found in the membership letter that was emailed to you when you joined NCCCC or renewed your membership. Your user name and password can also be recovered by using the "Forgot Your Password" button on the home page.