The Dallas International School
The Dallas International School (DIS) provides on-campus, evening child care jointly with UT Dallas Student Affairs. The Language Institute of Dallas International School has been serving the Dallas community since 1987. As indicated by its name, the Language Institute specializes in the domain of languages and notably language instruction for children. Its experience in that field includes the administration of
- both group and private classes on the DIS campus
- on-site after-school classes for Independent School Districts (Allen, Dallas and Plano)
- a Summer Enrichment Camp open to children age 3 and older
Parents who attend classes are eligible for child care services during their class hours. We provide quality care for children ages 4 to 11.
To register your child/children for the child care program please complete the enrollment packet.
You may return the enrollment forms (including child's immunization record(s), receipt of Operational Policies, and your class schedule clearly identifying room numbers) using one of these methods:
- By fax — Fax your completed packet to 972-991-4320 or 972-991-6608, ATTN: UT Dallas Child Care.
- By email — Scan your completed packet and send as a PDF to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- In person — Return your completed packet to the Child Care Facility in the Student Union (SU) Room 2.510 during business hours, Mon.-Thurs. 3:30-10:30 p.m.
Child care hours are from 3:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m., Monday-Thursday.
Child Care service is open from the first day of class each semester to the last day of finals for that semester. Child Care is closed on official, UT Dallas holidays.
The children are divided into groups by ages and participate in organized developmental activities, including arts and crafts, language study, and games.
School-aged children are offered time for homework as needed.
Parents should pack a snack for their child(ren) if so desired.
The cost is $6 per child per evening. Pre-registration is required; drop-in service is not available.
Updated: January 12, 2011