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About Tiny Tritons
Tiny Tritons Events
Tiny Tritons Approved Events
What is Tiny Tritons?
Tiny Tritons is a new series of programs that is designed for our UMSL students who have children or young siblings. The events range from educational, crafts, and just plain fun! Currently, there will be one event from September - April, most of which will occur on Saturday mornings. Be sure to check out the Tiny Tritons Events for more details about specific programs!
Who can attend Tiny Tritons?
Tiny Triton Events are open to UMSL students, faculty, and staff who have young children or siblings that they wish to bring to campus events.
What age range are the activities and events designed for?
The events are geared towards children who are Pre-K through 5th grade. Many events are interactive and the children get to participate in making crafts or activities.
Can I drop off my child and pick him/her up after the activity?
All children must be accompanied by an adult. No exceptions.
How many children can I bring to the event?
There is a maximunm of 3 children per adult. No exceptions.
How much do the events cost and do I have to register in advance?
All of the events are free! At this time, registration will not be required.
What does Tiny Tritons Approved mean?
Tiny Tritons Approved is for events that are put on by other campus departments and student organizations. This means that the host of the event believes the event is family friendly and children are welcome. Be sure to check out Tiny Tritons Approved list for upcoming events and look for the stamp of approval on the posters!
How can I find out more info about Tiny Tritons?
What other resources are available to students who have children?
There is a new iniative on campus called SWAP, which stands for Students Who Are Parents. Check out their events here!