Major milestones in UNOW's history
Erika Gilfether becomes UNOW's twelfth director.
UNOW celebrates its 50th year.
Princeton community celebrates 100 years of women's suffrage.
COVID-19 forces UNOW to temporarily close.
Princeton University celebrates 50 years of co-education.
UNOW opens new facility at 185 Broadmead.
Construction begins on new UNOW facility.
Princeton University announces plans for second daycare. These plans, were of course, abandoned in favor of expanding existing UNOW facility.
Princeton University launches competitive bidding process to run the new UNOW facility and awards contract to run the new UNOW facility to the existing UNOW administration.
Maryann Thompson Architects chosen to design new daycare center. Visit the architect's website for the conceptual plan.
Princeton University extends childcare subsidies for graduate students. Read the Daily Princetonian article "U. Increases Parents’ Perks."
Susan Bertrand becomes eleventh director of UNOW.
As a response to the Taskforce on Health and Well-Being, Princeton University launches the Child Care Working Group, chaired by Professor Joan Girgus, to consider family friendly policy recommendations for graduate students.
Louise Powell becomes tenth director of UNOW.
UNOW enrolls infants for the first time.
Princeton University's Standing Committee on the Status of Women asks UNOW to provide infant care.
UNOW receives first accreditation from National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC)
Connie Danser becomes eighth UNOW director.
Wanda Fountain becomes seventh UNOW director.
Tamara Gamerdinger becomes sixth UNOW director.
Ann Rue becomes fifth UNOW director.
Helen Green Neuburg (Greenie) becomes fourth UNOW director.
Joyce Hamilton becomes third UNOW director.
Negotiations between UNOW and Princeton University to renew contract begin.
Contract between UNOW and Princeton University renewed.
Bette Soloway becomes UNOW's second director.
In May, NOW asks Princeton University to provide premises.
In June, Princeton University agrees to provide 185 Broadmead as premises for new nursery school. Name changes to University Now Day Nursery. Read more about "The Creation of Princeton Day School" (PDF).
In August, Princeton community celebrates 50 years of women's suffrage.
In September, UNOW welcomes first students.
Francesca Stonaker (now Benson) is UNOW's first director.