The other day I was walking through the Colorado State University library and came across a sign for Ram Kidz Village, a resource for Colorado State University students who have children. I wish I learned about it sooner, but I’m looking forward to utilizing this service during the school year (they aren’t open until the Fall semester begins).
Ram Kidz Village is located in the Morgan Library and is a supervised children’s activity center utilized by student parents studying at the school’s Library.
Students can sign up by filling out a registration packet at Adult Learner and Veteran Services in Room 288 of the Lory Student Center. Students can also go to Ram Kidz Village to pick up the packet. You can also download it here.
Ram Kidz Village is only for children ages 12 months to 11 years.
Daily child care services are on a first come, first serve basis with a ratio of 5 children to every 1 caretaker.
There is a 2 hour maximum for each visit. It’s a service specifically for those spending time in the library, so parents can’t leave the premise. (Parents do get a pager to inform them that their time is up.)
It’s only $15 per semester, per household!
Monday through Thursday
4:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Saturday and Sunday
1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
For more information you can email them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also call Ram Kids Village at (970) 988-0060 or call the ALVS office at (970) 491- 3977.