Jeremy Hise, currently serving as an employee at Enid Public Schools, has been named vice president for NOC Enid replacing Raydon Leaton. His was previously employed by Northern Oklahoma College for 20 years. He will assume his new duties beginning May 24, 2021.
Hise will be located in the Everest Administration building on the Enid campus and will report directly to the president. As vice president, he will serve as a member of the NOC Executive Council and provide vision, leadership and strategic direction for NOC operations in Enid.
He will work collaboratively with others and provide leadership in the planning, organizing, and follow through of the Enid Campus’s educational offerings for NOC, a multi-campus institution. Additionally, he will instruct six credit hours during each fiscal year. Hise will also represent the institution to a variety of constituencies and promote the overall mission of the college; and will be responsible for ensuring the success of NOC Enid location.
“I’m pleased that Jeremy has accepted the responsibility of leading NOC Enid,” NOC President Cheryl Evans said. “Jeremy loves Northern. He is a hard-working individual who will hit the ground running. I am confident that he will help guide NOC Enid in a positive direction with a focus on recruiting new students and helping the institution fulfill its mission in the Garfield county area.”
During his career at Northern Oklahoma College, he has served as the assistant baseball coach, as a social science instructor and academic advisor earning the 2009 NISOD Excellence Award for teaching, and President’s Leadership Council advisor.
Hise spent the last seven years serving as the athletic director for the Enid and Tonkawa campuses of Northern.
Hise is a 1994 graduate of Perry High School. He earned an Associate of Arts degree from Northern Oklahoma College in 1998, a Bachelor of Arts in Education from the University of Central Oklahoma in 1999, and a Masters of Education from Northwestern Oklahoma State University in 2002.
Jeremy and his wife, Brandy, have been married since 1997 and have two adult children, Logan and Grace. Grace will graduate from NOC this spring making the entire family NOC alumni.
“Returning to NOC is a privilege and an honor,” Hise said. “I want to thank Dr. Evans and the search committee for providing me this opportunity. I look forward to working with all NOC students and staff to support them as they pursue their goals and grow the Enid campus.”