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Prepare your Federal and State Taxes for Free

Attention NOC students!

The MyFreeTaxes program is a national online free tax prepartion service staffed by a VITA Coordinator and NOC Accounting studentsThe income cap is $58,000 for individuals and families. VITA services are not only free, they are also a reliable and trusted source for preparing tax returns. All VITA volunteers who prepare returns must take and pass tax law training that meets or exceeds IRS standards. This training includes maintaining the privacy and confidentiality of all taxpayer information. In addition to requiring volunteers to certify their knowledge of the tax laws, the IRS requires a quality review check for every return prepared at a VITA site prior to filing. They also assist taxpayers with the preparation of Facilitated Self-Assistance returns..

NOC students, if you would like to get started, go to:



2020 Love’s Cup Business Plan & Investment Competition

The Love’s Cup is a statewide collegiate business plan competition that simulates the real world process of researching a market, writing a business plan and making a presentation to potential investors.

Through the competition, we are proving that Oklahoma has the resources and commitment to grow more entrepreneurs who will lead future startups that will create jobs and wealth for the state. In the 15 year history…

  • Nearly 2290 college students have taken the challenge
  • Awarded $1.95M in cash, $140K in scholarships and $250K in fellowships
  • Produced more than 700 innovative ideas from 35 campuses statewide
  • More than 35 plans have gone on to become i2E clients

For more information, contact Laura Marshall at Wilkin 202E or (580) 628-6343.

i2e Love’s Cup Information

Business Faculty Member Daniel Sherron is Honored

Business Division Adjunct Instructor, Daniel Sherron, was honored to receive the 40 under 40 award from the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development (NCAIED) on August 25th in Phoenix, AZ. This award selects 40 Native Americans/Alaska Natives who have demonstrated leadership, initiative, and dedication throughout Indian country. He is the first member of his tribe to be selected for this award since its inception a decade ago.


Daniel Sherron Announced as NCAIED 2019 40 Under 40 Recipient


Kelli Dollarhide and Carrie Lawson creators of KelCares pictured at an I2E event. KelCares produces an innovative bed sheet and fall intervention aid known as SleepTight, which is a unique sheet that can be used in medical facilities or homes of individuals needing stability in bedside routines. KelCares placed in the top six teams in the Small Business division at the 2019 Loves’ Cup business plan competition sponsored by i2E. Kelli Dollarhide was also recognized as a Paulsen Award Scholarship recipient and awarded a $5,000 scholarship to continue her education. Laura Marshall served as the Faculty Adviser for the team.