NOC second in voter registration contest

Ponca City Now - December 18, 2019 11:34 am

Northern Oklahoma College had the second most voters register during the most Oklahoma Campus Compact Voter Registration Contest held on Constitution Day in September. 

NOC, whose voter registration was up 3 percent, was second to Langston in the division for institutions between 1,501 and 3,000 students.  A total of 2,734 in-state and 175 out of state voters were registered. 

NOC was recognized at the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education meeting on Dec. 5. 

Front row, from left,   Kaitlyn Jordan, Tonkawa; State Regent Joseph L. Parker Jr., Dom Spangler, Enid; Chancellor Glen D. Johnson, Vice President for Stillwater Diana Watkins, Cadyn Brice, Enid;   Back row,  Vice President for Enid Raydon Leaton, Vice President for Student Affairs Jason Johnson, NOC Language Arts Instructor Scott Haywood, Foster Shamburg, Enid; Jess Ritchie, Perry.  (Photo provided)

 

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