Counseling and Mediation
National College of Midwifery aims to create a haven where students feel safe to tackle their fears and accomplish all of their goals. The path to becoming a midwife inevitably means facing personal and interpersonal challenges that ultimately make us strong enough to do the important work we do in the world. If you find yourself in need of counseling or mediation please contact Marcy.
Social Support Services
Social support services are provided via chat capabilities within courses on the Canvas platform, the private student Facebook group, and through the organic process of cohorts being formed by students following the academic blocking. Contact Marcy for more info.
Tutoring and Mentorship
We desire to create an educational atmosphere that students will love being around. Our programs are intended to empower students to tackle challenges and take on experiences that may be new to them. At National College of Midwifery, we are constantly striving to make learning fun and dynamic so that all of our students can accomplish their goals. If you find yourself struggling with your academic goals please reach out to Cassaundra to be connected with a tutor.
NCM is not a Title IV school, so our students are not eligible for Federal Financial Aid. However, we have successfully supported students in other ways to get help paying for school such as scholarships, bank loans, and crowdsourcing.
NCM accepts college credits from other accredited institutions. For more information about what courses can transfer into NCM or if you can transfer NCM credits to other institutions click the link below.
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General Education Requirements
NCM academic faculty who teach general education classes must satisfy some rigorous requirements. In the case that your academic preceptor does not qualify, NCM will connect you and your preceptor with an Academic Supervisor who will provide support and oversight. Read the Preceptor/Instructor Qualifications and Requirements Policy in the NCM Handbook and Catalog and be ready to work with an Academic Supervisor if needed.
Students with Disabilities
National College of Midwifery is committed to providing reasonable accommodations for qualified students, faculty, staff and affiliates with disabilities in a fair and equitable manner and in accordance with applicable federal and state law. NCM seeks to promote a diverse and inclusive midwifery community. Please see the Americans with Disabilities Policy on page 26 of NCM's Handbook and Catalog.
NCM encourages the prompt reporting of complaints or grievances so that rapid and constructive action can be taken. Individuals will not be discriminated against as a consequence of making an informal or formal complaint or grievance. Click below for more information on filing a complaint.
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