Tuition & Payment Policy
Tuition for your first week of care is due at registration. After that, your tuition fee is due each Friday for the upcoming week. You may make payments by check, money order, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, automatic withdrawal from checking or savings accounts, or the “click to pay” link on your weekly invoice. For your protection, Day Early Learning does not accept cash payments.
As a nonprofit, our goal is to provide high-quality, accredited early childhood care and education at a price all families can afford. The prices listed below reflect our full fee. Many families qualify for discounts or financial aid. Please check to see if you qualify.
3-6 Years Old
NOTE: Tuition rates vary based on county. Please visit the page for your desired location to view current rates.
A $5 sibling discount is available for families paying full fee or receiving a Day Early Learning scholarship or partner discount. Families paying with third-party vouchers (i.e., CCDF, On My Way Pre-K, etc.) must pay the co-pay as detailed on their voucher and are not eligible for sibling discounts.
Parents who are employed by a Day Early Learning partner are eligible for a $10 weekly discount. Families paying with third-party vouchers (i.e., CCDF, On My Way Pre-K, etc.) are not eligible for partner discounts and must pay the co-pay as detailed on their voucher.
Early Learning Indiana offers a Tuition Assistance Program for families that qualify. Qualification for these scholarships is based on family size and income. These scholarships are funded by the contributions of generous supporters, corporations, foundations and individuals. Please check with a member of your school leadership team to see if you qualify.
A $10 past due charge will be assessed on unpaid tuition balances at the close of business each Tuesday. If full payment is not received by Wednesday, we reserve the right to require a written payment plan or to exclude your child from our program. If your family’s financial situation changes, we are always happy to explore additional financial aid options.
Families can access Invoiced through the emails for weekly invoicing, or they can reach out to us at email@example.com to request a secure link to their account.
You can find your invoice number, due date and amount due in your most recent invoice. Tuition invoice emails have this information both within the body of the email and within the attached invoice.
To pay an invoice, first click the “Pay Outstanding Bills” button on your portal homepage.
Then, select the check box next to “Pay in Full” on the left side of the screen.
Finally, choose the account you’d like to pay with and then click “Pay.”
If you do not have any current payment accounts, you will have the chance to click “Add Bank Account” button to add your payment information.