Financial Information and Financial Assistance

Educational Loan Code of Conduct

Birthingway’s Loan Program Code of Conduct prohibits conflict of interest with regards to our staff members who assist students in borrowing private or alternative loans, and outside lending, guarantee or servicing agencies.

Entrance and Exit Counseling Requirements

Our Financial Aid pages contain information about student loan entrance and exit counseling.

Federal Student Aid Penalties for Drug Law Violations
General Financial Aid Information

Visit Birthingway’s Financial Aid page for general and contact information.

Institutional Refund Policy

Please review our Institutional Refund Schedule.

Net Price Calculator

In accordance with the Higher Education Opportunity Act (HEOA) of 2008, all Title IV post-secondary institutions are required to post a Net Price Calculator to their school’s website in order to help prospective students estimate total cost and financial assistance. However, under the HEOA, institutions that do not enroll first-time, full-time degree-seeking students are not required to have a Net Price Calculator.

At this time, Birthingway’s only Title IV eligible program is our Midwifery Program. This program does not enroll any first-time students, as all students in this program are required to complete college-level prerequisite courses prior to acceptance.

While we do not have a Net Price Calculator, we are eager to help you estimate the potential cost to attend. Please contact our Financial Aid Officer for more assistance.

Preferred Lender Arrangements

Birthingway will gladly work with students who are interested in financing their education with the support of private student loans. The college maintains a Preferred Lender List and borrower information on our financial aid page.

To receive more information about private loans, please contact Birthingway’s Financial Aid Officer.

Return of Title IV (Federal Student Aid) Funds Policy
State Grant Assistance for Eligible Students

Read about state grant assistance on the financial aid webpage.

For more information, visit the Oregon Student ACCESS Commission webpage.

Direct Loan Cohort Default Rate

Cohort Default Rates are calculated by the Department of Education using information from the school’s borrowers who enter repayment on certain Federal Family Education Loan (FFEL) Program or William D. Ford Federal Direct Loan (Direct Loan) Program loans during a particular period of time.

Birthingway’s Official 2018 3-Year Cohort Default Rate is 4.1%. The National Cohort Default Rate for 2018 is 7.3%.

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