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    NOC Partners With Otoe-Missouria for On-Site Enrollment

    Northern Oklahoma College conducted an on-site enrollment event at the Otoe-Missouria education center on December 5, 2018. NOC students dropped by and enrolled for the 2019 spring and summer semesters.Gina Conneywerdy, NOC’s Native American Recruiter and Advisor, met with Otoe-Missouria tribal members providing assistance with financial aid, tribal funding, bursar questions, and course enrollment.The on-site enrollment event was part of the services provided by NOC’s Title III NASNTI grant. Add...  Read More...

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    Brave Honored with Artist Reception

    Ponca City News November 29, 2018   Northern Oklahoma College welcomed Osage artist Joe Don Brave to the Cultural Engagement Center Wednesday, November 28 for an artist reception.The Cultural Engagement Center, located in the Vineyard Library/Administration Building was created by a Native American Serving Nontribal Institution (NASNTI) five-year $1.75 million grant.The exhibit displays a number of selections of Brave’s art symbolizing Osage Nation and Cherokee culture. The exhib...  Read More...

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    NOC Earns NASNTI Supplemental Grant

    Ponca City News, November 26, 2018   Northern Oklahoma College received over $36,000 for cultural preservation and financial literacy projects from the U.S. Department of Education’s Native American Serving Nontribal Institutions program.The funding is in addition to the five-year $1.75 million grant awarded to NOC in 2016.The supplemental funding will support the “Empowerment Series” including, financial literacy training for students, co-sponsorship of Renfro Lectur...  Read More...

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    Wensman Speaks at "Natives Guiding Natives" Discussion

    Ponca City News October 10, 2018   Northern Oklahoma College Native American Mentor Hanna Wensman shared her thoughts on student mentoring at a “Natives Guiding Natives” Panel Discussion at the Cultural Engagement Center at NOC Tonkawa Thursday afternoon.Wensman is of Shawnee, Red Lake Ojibway and Muskogee (Creek) descent. She is one of 10 mentors for over 400 Native American students at NOC.The mentoring program is managed by Native American Success Specialist Ted Moore as...  Read More...

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    Grann Lectureship Sponsored by NASNTI

    Ponca City News October 8, 2018  Best Selling Author David Grann will be appearing at Northern Oklahoma College Tonkawa Oct. 17 as part of the NOC Lectureship Series.Tickets for the dinner are sold out but Grann’s lecture will be livestreamed to the Kinzer Performing Arts Center at NOC Tonkawa.Tickets for the livestream event are free but should be reserved from the NOC Community Development Office in the Vineyard Library/Administration Building at NOC Tonkawa. Call 628-6214 for more ...  Read More...

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