Northern Oklahoma College:
A state 2-year college, was established in 1901. The main campus is located at Tonkawa, Oklahoma, a city of approximately 4,000 people, about 90 miles north of Oklahoma City. The campus in Enid is located about 100 miles northwest of Oklahoma City on the east side of Enid, Oklahoma. The campus in Stillwater is located about 75 miles northeast of Oklahoma City in Stillwater directly across the street from Oklahoma State University. All four seasons are felt in Oklahoma with extremes ranging from 38 degrees C in summer to –18 degrees C in the winter. The average precipitation is about 30 inches per year. The college academic calendar consists of a fall semester (August-December) a spring semester (January-May) and a summer semester (May-July).
Expense Chart for Tonkawa, Stillwater, and Enid campuses.
Federally funded financial aid from Northern Oklahoma College is NOT available for international students.
No student loans are available to international students.
The United States Immigration laws do not permit an international student to accept employment off–campus unless U. S. Immigration has issued a work permit. If available, part-time employment (no more than 20 hours a week) is allowed on campus if the international student has a social security card.
Students arriving in the U. S. with an I-20 issued by Northern are responsible for their own transportation to the Northern campus. Northern does not have a transit service. Students must have their own transportation.
International students admitted to Northern Oklahoma College must be enrolled and complete 12 credit hours each semester and must carry a 2.00 grade point average (grade of C) each semester to stay in-status. Loss of student status results in a violation of immigration status.
AN APPLICATION FOR PROSPECTIVE INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED UNTIL ALL STATED REQUIREMENTS HAVE BEEN MET.