Being a parent or spouse is exciting and challenging, and
grad school can make both roles even more challenging—for students and their
families. We’ve gathered some resources to help you in the transition into grad life.
There are a number of housing opportunities — some catered to married couples or students with children—available on and
Flagstaff childcare options
Here is a limited list of childcare options available in Flagstaff. Please note that the Graduate College does not
endorse or recommend any of these organizations. They are included here for
your reference only.
Raising a family while in graduate school is tough. Let the
university’s childcare voucher program assist you with affordable,
quality child care. The program works on a sliding scale, paying 20 to 50
percent of your child care expenses while you pay the rest.
The university has a number of healthinsurance/healthcare options including major medical.
If you become a full-time graduate assistant, you will receive the major medical insurance as part of your
Our Fronske Health Center
offers you healthcare services
including, but not limited to:
- Primary and urgent care
- Workman’s Compensation