NOC Announces Spring Honor Rolls

Mike Seals - June 16, 2020 9:44 am

Kay County area students are included among 725 Northern Oklahoma College students earning academic recognition for the spring semester.

The President’s honor roll lists students who have completed a minimum of 12 core course hours during the semester with a perfect grade-point average of 4.00 and with no incomplete grade recorded.

The Vice-President’s Honor Roll lists students who maintained a 3.00 (B) or higher grade-point average in a minimum of 12 core course hours during the semester with no incomplete grade recorded.

President’s Honor Roll

Billings – Sarah Hanlin

Blackwell — Brooke Barr, Candace Brown, Yvonne Brown, Tamra Dill, Megan Lewis

Deer Creek — Sierra Williams

Newkirk – Taylor Downs, Brooklynn Krenn, Frances Leaming, Mandi Luis, Lucas Wolf

Ponca City – Chandler Brown, Josh Fairbanks, Ajua Fomenky Stanley, Garrett Harrell, Bethany Hawkins, Paytan Hodgson, Kayla Hooper, Joshua Horton, James Jolly, Brianna Krick, Sierra Lewis, Landon Linder, Ana Lopez, Paul Miller, Lauren Moore, Steven Muns, Sierra Perkins, Michael Petrie, Desiree Richardson, Angela Shafer, Jonathan Simpson, Nicole Smith, Kyle Summitt, Taylor Wetzel, Hannah White, Laura Windom, Morgan Young

Red Rock – Autumn Conneywerdy, Tamira Primeaux

Tonkawa – Daniel Caughlin, Corbin Crowder, Anna Hague, Brady Hook, Sofie Joergensen, Kaitlyn Jordan, Antonio Pando, Rosette Pruitt, Katelynn Rothgeb

Vice President’s Honor Roll

Blackwell – Ashley Ailey, Krista Burrell-Schierling, Trenton Colvin, Emma Dice, Madelyn Hankins, Stephanie Harman, David Hazard, Brandi Herren, Marissa Hill, Lola Hodges, Melessa Iniquez, Lyndi Jobe, Braden Kincaid, Gracey Lang, Allison Lenon, Kaitlyn McIntyre, Tiffany Miranda, Luis Mireles, Cassandra Muniz, Jezmeine Punzalan, Carson Turner, Brandi Vanpelt

Deer Creek – Alison Ramsey, Jacob Webster

Garber – Tiffany Goss

Kaw City – Matthew Aldridge

Lamont — Breagan Tebow

Nardin – Austin Taylor

Newkirk – Kady Bonifield, Melissa Bradley, Ashley Butler, Gage Colclasure, Halie Hawkins, Anthony Horinek, Kyler Inman, Mackenzie Keeler, Destiny Laughrey, Cade Miller, John Shwayat

Ponca City – Aubrey Adams, Alfonso Aguilar, Madison Androes, Madlynn Angle, Jessica Araiza, Benjamin Averyt, Alyssa Baker, Isaac Ballinger, Becca Boswell, Anthony Burris, Hayden Cantrell, Sandra Colberg, Destinee Dewberry, Timothy Edwards, Thomas Fields, Anna Flood, Rose Fomenky, Collyn Foster, Gabriella Garcia, Phillip Gelino, Tally Goddard-Oestmann, Bryce Hagar, Kyra Hargis, Elizabeth Harlow, Kennedy Harmon, Tori Harris, Kelci Hasenfratz, Donald Heidlage, Hope Hockenbury, Ashley Hogan, Breanna Hopkins, Bryce Hudgens, Zach Hutson, Robert James, Kelsi Jamison, Ally Jennings, Krista Johnson, Trey Judd, Kelsey Keeler, Brendan Kelly, Madison Kimbrel, Rhean Kizziar, Bridget Kreisel-Miller, Jake Landes, Rey Macias, Griffith Matson, Ryan McConnell, Tiffany McCormick, Tra’cee Merritt, Blaine Meyer, James Neighbors, Allison Nellis, Danielle O’Shea, Colton Orr, Kimberley Page, Taylor Phillips, Logan Powelson, Sarah Quaid, Amber Revels, Caydon Robertson, Calista Rocha, Heather Roethlisberger, Karlea Rogers, Earnest Saulsberry, Colby Sebor, Benjamin Severinsen, Dailyn Seward, Spencer Shook, Joanna Smith, Shelbie Strieber, Abriana Suprobo, Alexis Swinford, Tatyana Torres, Destiny Trousdale, Gabrielle Vasser, Jacek Vernon, Amanda Warner, Katelyn Watkins, Peyton Weant, Haley Whittington, Ethan Zielinski

Red Rock – Shelby Black, Christopher Plumley, Callista Sanders, Hanna Stevens, Ezrah Tah-Delodge

Tonkawa – Blake Baetz, Ahmed Balhareth, Kari Beaver, Raevyn Bonewell, Kandace Branson, Kaliah Cormie, Kort Davis, Madison Davis, Sylvia Delodge, Darah Dickover, Emily Evans, Lydia Evans, Evan Glasgow, Hannah Hembree, Yvonne Jensen, Brandi Lindley, Hannah-Rose McCoon, Rachel McMillen, Gena Osborn, Christopher Payne, Haley Pemberton, Carli Pendleton, Brandee Sigwing, Brett Ward, Miles Warren, Carissa West

Northern Oklahoma College, the state’s first public community college, is a multi-campus, land-grant institution that provides high quality, accessible, and affordable educational opportunities and services which create life-changing experiences and develop students as effective learners and leaders within their communities in a connected, ever changing world.

NOC, a public two year community college, serves 4,200 students on the home campus in Tonkawa, branch in Enid, NOC/OSU Gateway Program in Stillwater, online, and the University Center in Ponca City.

In 2019, NOC celebrated the 20-year anniversary of the Enid campus and a 15-year partnership with OSU for the Gateway Program.

NOC is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and offers associate degrees in three general areas: Arts, Science and Applied Science.  The associate degree fulfills lower-division course work which is applicable towards a bachelor’s degree.

Call (580) 628-6200 for more information about Northern Oklahoma College or visit www.noc.edu .

 

 

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