NOC offers reduced rates for summer courses
Northern Oklahoma College is currently enrolling students for summer courses.
Early six-week courses begin May 11 while four-week courses begin June 8 and July 6. Late six-week courses begin June 22.
Due to Covid-19, NOC will offer courses in two formats for Summer 2020 with options to match the students’ learning style while also continuing to follow CDC guidelines for a safe learning environment.
Courses via synchronous Zoom technology are available for a summer rate of $161 per credit hour ($483 per 3 credit hour course) including tuition and fees.
Thanks to private support through the NOC Foundation, all students (Oklahoma resident and non-resident) can take advantage of online courses for a reduced rate of $199 per credit hour ($597 per 3 credit hour course) including tuition and fees for the summer session.
NOC students have access to 24-7 online tutoring services for all general education courses in addition to the help instructors provide. All NOC instructors who teach online complete training in Quality Matters (QM) for nationally-recognized standards of online course design. In addition, over 20 NOC courses have been QM certified through an external review process, passing eight key standards for excellence in course design.
For a complete listing of courses, students should refer to the NOC Live Course Availability on NOC’s website. There are over 100 online and Zoom Course offerings.
Students may enroll for summer courses by either contacting their advisor or NOC at 580.628.6220 (Tonkawa), 580.548.2275 (Enid) and 580.628.6910 (Stillwater). All enrollment appointments are currently conducted by email or over the phone (please leave a voicemail). For more information, visit www.noc.edu/online.
Due to the Coronavirus, NOC has closed all buildings on-campus through May 11 to the public while retaining essential services and functions with modified access.
NOC will continue to monitor and evaluate operations for May 11 and beyond.
All college-related events, both on-campus and off, scheduled to occur prior to June 30 are suspended. Additionally, all non-college events that were scheduled on all three campus locations are suspended as well. NOC will evaluate adding events after June 30 on a case-by-case basis.
Posted on Fri, April 24, 2020
by Scott Cloud