Watch this video to learn about different enrollment options that will be available after January 21, 2021
Academic achievement is only a small part of the picture in a student’s life, and is often weighted far too heavily in school admissions offices. National College of Midwifery selects students based on indicators of their future potential, characteristics including intellectual curiosity, perseverance in the face of adversity, and creativity. For more information check out our Admissions page or follow the link below to start your application.
Student Driven Midwifery Education
At NCM, we believe that midwifery students should have the chance to learn within the cultural context of the communities they choose to serve. That’s why we created a model where students choose their own clinical preceptors.
We also know that midwifery students have unique demands on their time and varying ways of learning. That’s why our program is self-paced and adaptable to many different lifestyles and ways of learning.
Studying midwifery is a huge life commitment. It shouldn’t have to also be a burdensome financial commitment. That’s why we’ve made our program as affordable as possible.
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Holding true to the ethic that midwifery knowledge should be common knowledge, NCM has always provided easy access to its academic curriculum even for those not enrolled in the program. If you are interested in midwifery but are not ready to enroll as a student or if you are a PEP student (a student working towards midwifery certification through the North American Registry of Midwifery's Portfolio Evaluation Process), you may subscribe to access all of NCM's academic courses as an observer for $80 per year. This includes an extensive online resource with links to videos, articles, discussions and other enrichment activities. For more information check out "Try It Before You Buy It."