Academics

Mission Statement:

Northern Oklahoma College, the State's oldest community college, is a multi-campus, land-grant institution that provides high quality, accessible and affordable educational opportunities and services which create life changing experiences and develop students as effective lifelong learners and leaders within their communities in a connected, ever-changing world.

To view degree sheets for the many programs NOC offers in service of its mission, click on the "Degree Program" option at left or go to the Academic Division page for the field in which you're interested, and click on "Degree Programs and Course Descriptions."

Contact Information:

Pam Stinson    Kathleen Swain    
Pam Stinson, Ph.D.
Vice President for 
Academic Affairs
580.628.6431
                      
  Kathleen Swain
Administrative Asst. for 
Academic Affairs
580.628.6210
           
 
 Kathleen Otto
   
Kathleen Otto
Institutional Research
Director
580.628.6448

Rae Ann Kruse, Ed.D.
Dean of Academic Services
580.628.6341

Charlene Flanery
Grant Coordinator
580.628.6399


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