- 2.1: History and Culture
- 2.2: Mission and Institutional Objectives
- 2.3: Guiding Principles and Philosophy
- 2.4: Consumer Information
- 2.5: Our Campus
- Educational Statistics
- College Navigator is maintained by the US Department of Education's Institute of Educational Sciences. Visit this site to find general information about Birthingway and other colleges across the country, such as average enrollment rates, tuition and fees estimates, and loan (cohort) default rates.
- Graduate/Professional Education Pursued by Graduates
- We annually survey our graduates from the last three years (2012, 2011 and 2010). On this year's survey, no graduates reported that they were pursuing graduate or professional education. Four graduates did not respond.
- Job Placement Rates and Results for Graduates
- Birthingway conducts surveys with graduates for three years following graduation. During spring 2013, we contacted and surveyed graduates from 2012, 2011 and 2010. 10 of 13 graduates responded to our survey. If graduates do not respond, we research their status elsewhere, such as on state licensing databases or their current, private business websites. Of all graduates surveyed:
- 77% of graduates are working as a midwife (10 of 13).
- 31% are working in a related field (4 of 13). Three of the graduates working in a related field as also working as a midwife. Types of related work include: Postpartum Doula, Childbirth or Health Education, Massage, etc.
- 100% of graduates are licensed in their state (13 of 13).
- Retention and Graduation Rates
Birthingway calculates midwifery program cohort graduation and retention rates annually as of December 31. Please see the Midwifery program and Lactation Consultation programs 2013 year end information.
3-Year Graduation Summary
Calendar Year # Graduates in the calendar year 2013 16 2012 5 2011 6
Under the Student-Right-To-Know Act, Birthingway is required to report annually on the completion (graduation) rates for certificate and degree seeking full-time, first-time undergraduate students. Statistics cover the cohort beginning their studies between September 2008 and August 2009 (2009 cohort), and address whether or not these students complete their program within 150% of the normal time. Student Right To Know Summary.