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Summer 2021 Course Options for NOC

NOC will offer multiple course formats for Summer 2021 with options to match the students’ learning style while continuing to follow CDC guidelines for a safe learning environment.

Note: Some courses may offer a combination of formats (e.g. traditional in-person or live online depending on the students’ location).

In-Person Classes
  • Courses meet at designated times on one of NOC’s campuses.
  • Instructors are available for live instruction and office hours to assist with classroom questions, tutoring, and/or advisement.
  • Institutional attendance requirements must be met.
  • Students interact with the instructor and other students in the classroom setting and may engage with peers and staff in other social settings, including through clubs and organizations while maintaining social distancing.
  • A selection of coursework (including most labs, Fine Arts classes, HPER classes, and other coursework for which activities rely more on face-to-face instruction will be offered in this format with a contingency plan in place to move to online should CDC safety standards require.)
  • Social distancing guidelines will be applied with assigned seating to limit risk.
  • As needed for distancing, courses such as lab sciences will alternate days of attendance and virtual labs.
  • Technology needed: Computer with reliable WiFi
Live Online Courses
  • Courses meet at designated times (synchronous) but students access courses through clicking on a Zoom link.
  • Students may request appointments via Zoom during instructor office hours.
  • Institutional attendance requirements are met by students connecting during scheduled class time or in some cases with in-person attendance with social distancing guidelines followed.
  • Students are able to see the instructor and most classmates on the computer screen in individual windows, and instructors can share their teaching screens with students to see what would have been on whiteboards in traditional class settings.
  • Students interact with the instructor and other students online during real class time, engage in classroom discussion to ask questions of the instructor or other students, and can use the Chat function to post questions.
  • For lab science courses, labs may be integrated into class as a virtual or “complete at home” option, or students may be required to attend an onsite lab session as noted in schedule. 
  • Technology needed: Computer with camera and mic and reliable WiFi
Online Classes
  • Courses are taught through the Blackboard learning management site, where instructors may post any of the following: course notes, class videos, assignment sheets, etc.
  • Institutional attendance requirements are met by students submitting work and participating in online discussions.
  • Students have deadlines throughout the course but do have some flexibility in when to access materials and complete assignments.
  • Students do not typically interact with the instructor or other students in real time, but may use online tools such as the discussion board for online interaction and be asked to read and respond to classmates’ posts.
  • Instructors are available via email for questions about course material.
  • For lab science courses, all labs will be either virtual or “complete at home”.
  • Technology needed: Computer with reliable WiFi

Ask a Question

Academic planning, transferring or other advising issues
Admissions, enrollment, registration, and transcripts
Athletics and summer sports
Financial Aid

Finaid@noc.edu or students and parents can send an email through the link www.noc.edu/ask-a-financial-counselor

Fine Arts events
Request for NOC online information
Scholarships
Student Affairs and housing
Student billings, setting up a payment plan, or refunds
Technical assistance/IT

Students and employees should reference our online directory at www.noc.edu/directory.  Please refer to this contact list below to leave a voicemail or email: 

Type of Concern

Office to Contact

Contact Information

Academic

Academic Affairs

pamela.stinson@noc.edu
580.628.6431

Athletics

Athletic Director

alan.foster@noc.edu
580.628.6345 (Tonkawa)
580.548.2345 (Enid)

Benefits/Employee Insurance

Human Resources

kelley.larkin@noc.edu
580.628.6479

Blackboard

IT

bobbie.carson@noc.edu
580.628.6339

Employment/Human Resources

Human Resources

shannon.cranford@noc.edu
580.628.6229

Registration/Enrollment

Enrollment Management

rick.edgington@noc.edu
580.628.6221

Equal Opportunity/Title IX

Student Affairs

jason.johnson@noc.edu
580.628.6240

Fiscal Operations

Financial Affairs

anita.simspon@noc.edu
580.628.6232

Communications/

General Questions-Tonkawa

Development/Community Relations

sheri.snyder@noc.edu
580.628.6214

General Questions-Enid

NOC Enid VP

NOCEnidVP@noc.edu
580.548.2393

General Questions-Stillwater

NOC Stillwater VP

diana.watkins@noc.edu
580.628.6905

Information Technology

IT Help Desk

lori.erasmus@noc.edu
580.628.6291

Physical Plant Operations

Physical Plant

larry.dye@noc.edu
580.628.6217

Employee Payroll

HR/Payroll

niesha.jones@noc.edu
580.628.6263

Student Payroll

HR/Payroll

janet.hartz@noc.edu
580.628.6241