Syracuse University has two early childhood education programs located on south campus. Each program has its own characteristics, affiliation guidelines, and hours of operation. Interested families are encouraged to familiarize themselves with the information provided below.
Early Education and Child Care Center (EECCC)
The EECCC has provided over 45 years of quality programming to children of Syracuse University affiliated faculty, staff, and students. The Center is licensed to provide full-time care to 61 children, ages six weeks to 5 years. Learn more about the EECCC. The EECCC is currently accepting wait list applications.
Bernice M. Wright Child Development Lab School (BMW)
The Bernice M. Wright Child Development Laboratory School, founded in 1970, offers a high quality, developmentally appropriate inclusive early childhood education program accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children. BMW Lab School serves children from diverse backgrounds and abilities between the ages of two and five years old and serves as a laboratory for research and child development for the David B. Falk College of Sport and Human Dynamics’s Department of Human Development and Family Science. . To learn more about the BMW Laboratory School or request an application for admission.