|Dwight Way Child Development Center||Yes||Yes||No|
|Haste Street Child Development Center||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Clark Kerr Campus Child Development Center|
Toddler Center, Building 5
Preschool Center, Building 15
|University Village Child Development Center in Albany||No||Yes||Yes|
|Harold E. Jones Child Study Center||No||No||Yes|
phone: (510) 642-1827
fax: (510) 642-6668
office hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
All centers are open from 7:45 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
The four centers located in Berkeley are open year-round, including the summer. Year-round centers are closed for a week in August, during UC Berkeley winter break, all UC staff holidays, and a few days per year for ECEP business. See the year-round program calendar for details.
The University Village Center in Albany follows the academic-year calendar and is closed for summer break (mid-May to late-August), winter break (December-January), all UC staff holidays, and a few days per year for ECEP business. See the academic-year calendar for details.
Haste Street Child Development Center
2339 Haste Street
This facility features six classrooms with ample outdoor play yards for infants, toddlers, and preschoolers. Because we serve children from infancy through preschool, children have a unique opportunity to experience a continuity of care for many years, which instills trust and confidence.
In 2014, three of our teachers were named to Habitot’s 2014 “Preschool Teachers Making a Difference” list.
Boris Alvarado, Center Director
Sasha Leveton, Site Coordinator
Dwight Way Child Development Center
2427 Dwight Way
The new Dwight Way Center opened in August 2014, and provides early education and care services for infants and toddlers. The building is LEED certified.
Meagan Clemence, Center Director
Jane Esposito, Site Coordinator
Clark Kerr Campus Child Development Center
2900 Dwight Way, Building 5, Berkeley
2601 Warring Street, Building 15, Berkeley
Tucked among the trees and sprawling lawns on the quiet Mission Style Clark Kerr Campus, the newly remodeled Clark Kerr Campus Child Development Center serves toddlers and preschoolers. Our location enables us to explore nature, and our children frequently take hikes and enjoy our outdoor spaces.
Yelena Zakharyevich, Center Director
Leslie Craig, Site Coordinator
University Village (UVA) Child Development Center
1123 Jackson Street, Albany, CA
Our newly remodeled center serves older toddlers and preschoolers. We are located in an internationally and culturally diverse family living community.
Kimmie Szeto, Interim Center Director
Harold E. Jones Child Study Center
2425 Atherton Street
Founded in 1927, The Harold E. Jones Child Study Center is both a preschool and research facility for students of child development. Researchers have conducted ground-breaking studies in early childhood education here. In turn, our teachers are able to apply these best practices into the daily lives of the children.
The current building was designed by the late award-winning architect, Joseph Esherick, and provides a fresh air, indoor/outdoor environment.
Christine Hansel, Center Director
Vanna Maria Kalofonos, Site Coordinator