About Us

The UVU Wee Care Center was designed to meet the childcare needs of student parents of UVU and Turning Point. First priority is given to those who are low-income, and all services are based on a sliding scale. Quality care is provided to children ages six weeks to twelve years.

  • State Licensed
  • Childcare provided during the hours parents are in class
  • Wee Care serves children ages six weeks to twelve years old
  • Low child-teacher ratio
  • Parents are required to provide some "in kind" services
  • Nutritious meals and snacks provided
  • Parenting classes and other Turning Point services are available to participant parents

For additional information call (801) 863-7266.


Now offering childcare to UVU employees.

To apply call (801) 863-7266.


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How are we Funded?

The Wee Care Center is funded by Utah Valley University, Barbara Barrington Jones Family Foundation along with other private and community donations.

If you would like to make a donation visit our giving page at www.donate.supportuvu.org/wee-care.

Our Mission

The mission of the Wee Care Center is to provide quality child care and early education for the children of student parents at UVU and Turning Point. Then, on space availability, childcare will be offered to the children of employees at UVU.

"...the capacity to care is the thing which gives life its deepest significance." (Pablo Casals)

We are here to show through example and action what it means and feels like to care. The children who are entrusted to us need that example, for without it, who will they grow up to be? We are Caregivers, we are Teachers, we are Mentors. It is not enough to simply watch and observe it is a matter of planning, executing, and taking the time to create and environment of learning trust and care. For us this is more than just a part time job.

Children are discovering who they are. We are here to help them find that person and they in turn, will pass that on to the next generation. What we do is not day by day, but it extends by generation.