HomeLocalPonca PostNOC announces spring graduatesNOC announces spring graduatesTue, July 21, 2020 by Jake GoodmanSHARE NOW Kay County students are among 478 graduates completing requirements for their associate degrees during the spring semester at Northern Oklahoma College, according to Rick Edgington, vice president for enrollment management and registrar. NOC is hosting a Virtual Graduation at www.noc.edu on Aug. 8 at 9:30 a.m. Graduating students are listed by community and degree: Blackwell Earning Associates in Science (AS) degrees include Blake Brown, Jose Calleja, Emma Dice, Braden Kincaid, Brenda Kramer, Bradyn Lute, Jessica McClaflin, Boun Thorne, and Brandon Williams. Earning Associates in Arts (AA) degrees include Ashley Ailey, Candace Brown, Stephanie Harman, David Hazard, Kaitlyn McIntyre, and Brandi Vanpelt. Newkirk Graduating with an Associates in Applied Science (AAS) are Halie Hawkins, Kady Bonifield and Melissa Bradley. Earning Associates of Science (AS) Degrees are Gage Colclasure, Anthony Horinek, Brooklynn Krenn, Mandi Luis, and Travis Richards. Earning an Associates in Arts (AA) is Lucas Wolf. Ponca City Earning Associates in Applied Science (AAS) are Benjamin Averyt, Jentri Beaston, Austin Bradley, Gabriella Garcia, Louis Gonzales, Garrett Harrell, Halie Hawkins, Matthew Hendrickson, Bryce Hudgens, Zachary Martin, Griffith Matson, Alisa McCleary, Blaine Meyer, Danielle O’Shea, Gabriel Pappan, Aaron Parr, Michael Petrie, Desiree Richarson, Angela Shafer, Caley Sharp, Constance Shearer, and Joanna Smith. Graduating with an Associates in Science (AS) are Telia Archer, Jessie Atkins, Brett Cargal, Tryston Carson, Caitlyn Cline, Shalynn Cloud, Christy Cooper, Laura Ferrill, Phillip Gelino, Madisyn Gregg, Wade Hand, Kyra Hargis, Hope Hockenbury, Kayla Hooper, Lacy Hooper, Joshua Horton, Elaine Hutchins, Kelsi Jamison, Ally Jennings, Madison Kimbrel, Alexis Kirkbride, Rhean Kizziar, Jake Landes, Teesha LeClair, Ashley Lenix, Tracy Lewis, Megan Lickliter, Rey Macias, McKenzie Mashburn, Jamie McGuire, Tra’cee Merritt, Makenzie Meyer, Lauren Moore, Steven Muns, Veronika Perez, Dawn Rutherford, Shelly Schoonover, Chelsea Sindelar, Nicole Smith, Alexis Swinford, Erin Thomas, Gabrielle Vassar, Amanda Warner, Thomas White, and Britney Zarth. Earning Associates in Arts (AA) are Ashlyn Anderson, Madison Androes, Angelika Arquero, Hunter Bales, Julie Browning, Hayden Cantrell, Samantha Conley, Collyn Foster, Kaila Guenther, Jessica Hickman, Sarah Hunsucker, Robert James, Erin Lewis, Caydon Robertson, Jessyca Schnack, Shebie Stieber, Peyton Weant, Dylan Williams, Holly Willingham, and Kayla Woods. Red Rock Earning an Associates in Applied Science (AAS) is Callista Sanders. Shidler Earning an Associates in Arts (AA) is Kimber Carlisle. Tonkawa Graduating with Associate in Science (AS) degrees were Mohammed Alabbad, Kari Beaver, Daniel Caughlin, Corbin Crowder, Brady Denning, Andrew Depuy, Darah Dickover, Emily Evans, Blaine Fath, Hannah Hembree, Kaitlyn Jordan, Antonio Pando, and Ryan Schatz. Austin Hamman, Yvonne Jensen, Alexis Keltner, Shelby Sawyer, and Brett Ward received Associate in Arts (AA) degrees. Receiving Associate in Applied Science (AAS) Degrees were Justin Esch, Lydia Evans, Christopher Payne, Mayra Rojas, and Carissa West. 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 5,700 students on the home campus in Tonkawa, branch in Enid, NOC/OSU Gateway Program in Stillwater, online, and the University Center in Ponca City. Of these students about 60% receive financial aid and/or scholarships. 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 www.noc.edu .