The Academic Affairs Office assists Northern Oklahoma College faculty, staff and administrators in the preparation of proposals and other grant-related documents for submission to funding agencies including federal and state agencies, corporations and foundations. Without the dedication and persistence of our employees, NOC would not be able to secure grant funds that enhance, expand and improve the many programs needed to assist its students in fulfilling their dreams of a college education. By faculty and staff working closely with the grants coordinator and grants accountant, it will ensure a comprehensive and competitive proposal is submitted to external agencies.
Grant Development Contacts
Coordinator of Grants and Workforce Partnerships:
The Coordinator is available to assist faculty and staff with locating funding opportunities that best suit the needs of the program or project, as well as composing and editing proposal narratives. Along with many other duties with NOC’s Workforce Partners. The Coordinator also leads the Grants Committee.
The grants accountant is available to assist faculty and staff with developing a grant budget that is compliant with college policy and the funding agency’s regulations.
Financial Affairs – Office 109M
NOC Grants at Work:
Thank you to the Oklahoma Arts Council grant in helping with the 2016, 2017, and 2018 Chikaskia Literary Festival. Go to the Language Arts Department to see photos from this year and contact information to participate in next year’s festival.
In 2017 the NASNTI Part F grant enabled NOC to open the Cultural Engagement Center. Go to the CEC webpage for the latest news and events occurring at the CEC.
Workshops and Training Opportunities
A training workshop is held periodically from the Coordinator for Grants Writing with the Oklahoma State Regents Higher Education. This workshop is designed for persons who have not written a grant proposal or who want to write a grant proposal soon. The process of writing a grant will be covered. Participants will actually write and critique their grant in the workshop. There is no fee for this workshop. If you are interested in attending a workshop, call the NOC grant coordinator for more details
Centralized Grant Files
The Grants Coordinator in the Academic Affairs Office is responsible for the maintenance of complete grant program files. This office will manage the institutional grants database to maintain a central repository of past successful and unsuccessful proposals for reference, accuracy, and flexibility for future reporting. It is the responsibility of all principal investigators, program directors and other staff and faculty to ensure that a copy of all correspondence and grant related documents is provided to the grants coordinator for inclusion in the centralized grant files. For more information, please contact the grants coordinator at 580-628-6258.