A teacher reads to children at Eagle's Wing
A child plays in a sandbox at Eagle's Wing
Children play with toys at Eagle's Wing
A child typing at Eagle's Wing
A teacher and children at Eagle's Wing
A child shows off a toy elephant at Eagle's Wing
Children play at Eagle's Wing
A child at Eagle's Wing
A teacher and child at Eagle's Wing

Eagle’s Wing Child Care

About Eagle's Wing

Eagle’s Wing first opened its doors in August 1992 with two classrooms located in an apartment building. In 1998, the program was moved into the current space in the Eagle Heights Community Center. Throughout the years, additional programs have been added to Eagle’s Wing to meet community child-care needs, while remaining committed to academic year and summer scheduling, to meet the unique needs of enrolled student families. Eagle’s Wing is nationally accredited through the National Early Childhood Program Accreditation (NECPA). National accreditation is required for centers who enroll student families who have CCAMPIS (Child Care Access Means Parents in School) funding. CCAMPIS is provided through a federal grant that has been integral in aiding student parents as they achieve their academic goals. In addition. we have been accredited by the City of Madison’s Child Care Unit for over 20 years.

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While open to the general public, University Apartments residents have priority when enrolling their children at Eagle’s Wing. The order of the waiting list is based on date of application, priority list, and space availability. Interested parents or guardians may complete a waiting list form online in order to be added to the Eagle’s Wing waiting list.

Apply to Eagle’s Wing’s waitlist


Eagle’s Wing is operated by University Apartments, part of UW-Madison’s Division of University Housing. Administrative support comes from the University Housing’s administrative offices with direct links to the departments of business services, human resources, and information technology. Facility support, including custodial, maintenance, and grounds services come directly from the University Apartments office in the Community Center.