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NOC Announces Fall Honor Roll


TONKAWA – Kay County area students are among 604 freshmen and sophomores earning recognition on Northern Oklahoma College academic honor rolls for the fall semester.

  President’s honor roll lists students who have completed a minimum of 12 core course hours during the semester with a perfect grade-point average of 4.00 and with no incomplete grade recorded.

  Vice president’s scholars roll lists students who maintained a 3.00 (B) or higher grade-point average in a minimum of 12 core course hours during the semester with no incomplete grade recorded.

President’s Honor Roll

  Blackwell – Yvonne Brown, Trenton Colvin, Madelyn Hankins, Allison Lenon, Megan Lewis

  Newkirk – Taylor Downs, Kyle Summitt

  Ponca City – Alyssa Baker, Chandler Brown, Brittany Delaney, Joshua Fairbanks, Collyn Foster, Phillip Gelino, Matthew Guzman, Bryce Hagar, Mitch Harrell, Kayla Hooper, Brynna Keeler, Brianna Krick, Sonja Lewis, Landon Linder, Trenton McAreavey, Tiffany McCormick, Robert Monger, Colton Orr, Angela Shafer, Brittney Sloan, Nicole Smith, Laura Windom

  Red Rock – Autumn Conneywerdy, Hanna Stevens

  Tonkawa – Daniel Caughlin, Darah Dickover, Anna Hague, Brady Hook, Sofie Joergensen, Katelynn Rothgeb, Brett Ward

Vice President’s Honor Roll

  Blackwell – Raevyn Bonewell, Krista Burrell-Schierling, Emma Dice, Tamra Dill, Stephanie Harman, Larissa Henry, Alejandro Hernandez, Marissa Hill, Lyndi Jobe, Kaitlyn McIntyre, Luis Mireles, Casandra Muniz, Brittany Sharp, Boun Thorne, Brandon Williams

  Deer Creek – Alison Ramsey

  Kaw City – Daniel Pappan

  Nardin – Austin Taylor

  Newkirk – Gage Colclasure, Anthony Horinek, Brooklynn Krenn, Frances Leaming, Mandi Luis, Cade Miller, Christian Ryan, John Shwayat, Lucas Wolf

  Ponca City – Madylnn Angle, Benjamin Averyt, Garrett Bailey, Hunter Bales, Isaac Ballinger, Gabriel Banegas, Diego Banegas Ortega, Kimberly Battles, Alexander Bird, Becca Boswell, Katelyn Bosworth, Hayden Cantrell, Tryston Carson, Shalynn Cloud, Sandra Colberg, Reagan Cole, Clayton Coomer, Cynthia Echols, Laura Ferrill, Hunter Garrison, Louis Gonzales, Garry Goodman, Garrett Harrell, Hope Hockenbury, Paytan Hodgson, Michael Hooper, Brandon Howey, Cassandra Hutchison, Zach Hutson, Ally Jennings, Mackenzie Keeler, Brendan Kelly, Alyssa Kent, Madison Kimbrel, Rhean Kizziar, Jake Landes, Noel Lawver, Erin Lewis, Sierra Lewis, Tracy Lewis, Ana Lopez, Ray Macias, Michael Manns, Stephanie Martin, Ryan McConnell, Jordan Meador, Tre’cee Merritt, Blaine Meyer, Makenzie Meyer, Paul Miller, Jennifer Moore, Kaylie Murry, Michael Petrie, Taylor Phillips, Logan Powelson, Sarah Quaid, Debra Rateliff, Desiree Richardson, Dawson Richter, Karlea Rogers, Caley Sharp, Spencer Shook, Brayden Smith, Gage Snyder, Tyler Steichen, Erin Thomas, Tatyana Torres, Gabrielle Vassar, Jacek Vernon, Reese Webb, Morgan Young, Ethan Zielinski

  Red Rock – Trent Buchanan, Callista Sanders, Ezrah Tah-Delodge

  Shidler – Kimber Carlisle

  Tonkawa – Fares Alsaedi, Jeremy Cantrell, Wiley Cooper, Corbin Crowder, Emily Evans, Evan Glasgow, Cameron Grein, David Hazard, Hannah Hembree, Yvonne Jensen, Kaitlyn Jordan, Brandi Lindley, Brianne O’Neill, Antonio Pando, Carli Pendleton, Ryan Schatz, Miles Warren

  Northern Oklahoma College, the state’s first public 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 learners and leaders within their communities in a connected, ever changing world.

  NOC, a public two year community college, serves 4,200 students on the home campus in Tonkawa, branch in Enid, NOC/OSU Gateway Program in Stillwater, online, and the University Center in Ponca City.

In 2019, NOC celebrated the 20-year anniversary of the Enid campus and a 15-year partnership with OSU for the Gateway Program.

  NOC is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and offers associate degrees in three general areas: Arts, Science and Applied Science.  The associate degree fulfills lower-division course work which is applicable towards a bachelor’s degree.

  Call (580) 628-6200 for more information about Northern Oklahoma College or visit .