Applications are accepted continuously throughout the year and prospective students are encouraged to schedule an appointment to meet with an advisor and to tour the school early on in the application process. Class size is limited to ensure individual attention.
Need an application? Email us at email@example.com or call us at (512) 636-3661.
Classes start every thirteen weeks. Our next Session begins October 2020.
BBMTC uses both objective and subjective criteria in determining eligibility for admission. All applicants for admissions are reviewed by the Director and approval must be given in order for a student to be accepted into the program.
BBMTC does not discriminate against anyone based on race, gender, sexual preference, marital status, age or religion.
- Prospective students must be at least 18 years of age at the time of enrollment.
- An official transcript or evidence of a high school diploma or GED, home study certificate or college transcript must be included in the application.
- A copy of a valid, official photo id must be included with the application.
- Prospective students must submit a current resume.
- Prospective students must submit a one-page essay on why he/she would like to be a midwife.
- Prospective students must have a reliable vehicle, a valid driver’s license and adequate car insurance.
- Prospective students must have access to high speed internet adequate to support online video conferencing (Zoom and/or Google Hangouts) and online research.
- Prospective students must submit copies of standardized test scores such as HESI, TEAS V, SAT or ACT.
A student may be ineligible for licensing if he/she has been convicted of misdemeanor of moral turpitude or of a felony, or entered a plea of no contest or guilty to or received deferred adjudication to crimes or offenses involving prostitution or sexual offenses.
BBMTC will not accept any student with a history of conviction for sexual offenses or abuse.
Evaluation of Prior Training
Transcripts from previous training will be reviewed upon request and the student, if appropriate, will be referred to the Texas Department of State Health Services, Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation, or to North American Registry of Midwives to be officially issued credit. The course-work must have been completed within the last five years to be considered for credit. If course-work is approved, the program workload may be reduced. P.E.T. (Previous Educational Training) transcripts must be presented to school 2 weeks prior to start of class in order to be considered.
Students with Disabilities
In accordance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Beautiful Beginning Midwife Training Center affirms its commitment to ensure equal educational opportunities to students with disabilities. Beautiful Beginning Midwife Training Center will make its facilities and programs available in a non-arbitrary, beneficial manner to the extent that practicality and resources allow. Students with learning, physical, and/or psychological disabilities seeking accommodations must contact and provide documentation to the Director prior to the first day of class.
Non-English Speaking Students
BBMTC will make every reasonable attempt to work with translators for students that do not speak English. Expenses directly related to translation services will be the student’s responsibility.