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Aspen Institute Names NOC as one of the Nation’s Best Community Colleges

Aspen Logo The Washington based Aspen Institute announced that Northern Oklahoma College (NOC) has been selected as one of the top 150 community colleges in the nation and the only one in Oklahoma. Northern was included in the top 120 in the two previous Aspen recognition of excellence programs in 2011 and 2013.

In the letter informing NOC President Dr. Cheryl Evans that NOC made the top 150 list, Josh Wyner, executive director of the Aspen Institute College Excellence Program, wrote, “Congratulations on being selected as one of 150 community colleges nationwide determined eligible to apply for the third $1 million Aspen Prize for Community College Excellence.

“The Prize, awarded every two years, has brought a new level of public attention to community colleges, established new measures of excellence in outcomes for community college students, and uncovered practices that Aspen is disseminating to help community colleges improve outcomes for their students.” [Read More]

I am pleased to share with you about Northern Oklahoma College.

Dr. Cheryl EvansNorthern helps students reach their educational goals by offering many choices of two-year associate degrees designed to prepare you for transfer to a four-year university and our applied science programs will train you to enter the career of your choice immediately after earning your associate’s degree.

Our goal is to help students complete their degrees. Students can select to attend our campuses in Tonkawa, Enid, Stillwater or take courses online or at the University Center in Ponca City. Our faculty members are highly prepared and excited to engage students in a positive learning environment. Northern seeks to provide access to an affordable quality higher education experience for students desiring to improve their lives through learning. We encourage you to visit our campuses and choose the site that is best suited to your goals and desires. [Read More]

E-Cashier Scheduled Maintenance

E-Cashier is having scheduled maintenance. Your Fall bill will not be available online to pay from Friday Nov. 21st at 9 pm until Saturday Nov. 22nd at 3 pm. 

NOC Alert; the College's Emergency System

NOC Alert Flyer

The Emergency webpage is your resource for up-to-date information about campus alerts, closures and openings during emergencies or unfavorable weather situations. The updates from this site are available via telephone by calling the college’s general information number at (580) 628.6677.

As a situation progresses, updates will also be available through local news media, the college’s webpage, group emails, text messages and social media updates. In the event of an emergency, the college community may also receive communications via phone, voicemail, the siren system, fire-panel systems and flat-screen televisions in public gathering places.

For emergency information about specific campus services and facilities, check out the campus links or contacts sections of this Website.

Northern Oklahoma College uses an emergency alert system to help insure the safety of students and employees during an emergency situation (e.g. impending severe weather, intruder on campus, etc.).  The NOC Alert System uses text, voice and email messages to alert the NOC community in these events.  To confirm your number, add numbers, make changes to your account or opt out click on the "NOC Alert" tab from the top navigation bar. [More Info.]
Current Students
Current Students

Obtain Your Northern Access Username and Password

- Go to "NOC Access" Tab
- Enter Student ID (no dashes)
- Enter PIN (Date of Birth  MMDDYYYY)
- Click on “Display my Northern Access Credentials”
- Write down your Northern Access username and password and keep in a safe place

NOTE:  The Northern Access username and password are case sensitive.

Your Northern Access username and password should be used to log onto myNOC, Blackboard, Wireless Access, computer labs and your NOC Email account.

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