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The University of South Carolina Child Development and Research Center opened in September, 2003. The $4.1 million center was established to provide the highest possible quality programming for young children while serving as a teaching model and research site for the University of South Carolina and the state’s early childhood community.

The first floor houses a full-day year-round non-profit 501(c)(3) child development center licensed by the state of South Carolina to serve up to 240 children. It is committed to meeting the highest national standards of quality programming for the young children of USC faculty, staff, students and the general public in a state-of-the-art facility.

The second level includes offices, research and observation areas for university faculty, researchers and students; an activity room; a technology-enhanced classroom; and a classroom with advanced digital audiovisual, internet and TV production capabilities.

 
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