Bridge Program between Northwestern Oklahoma State University and Northern Oklahoma College

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Bridge Program

IMPORTANT!  STUDENTS MUST APPLY FOR THE BRIDGE PROGRAM BEFORE GRADUATING FROM NOC!

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The Bridge program was approved by the presidents of both Northern Oklahoma College and Northwestern Oklahoma State University during the Fall 2007 semester. Its purpose is to help aid students by making it possible to be jointly admitted and eligible to enroll concurrently at both NOC and Northwestern, eliminating barriers to attaining educational goals, improving academic program articulation and expanding options for college services.

Students can be admitted to the program at any time that they meet either the freshman or transfer admission criteria of Northwestern depending on number of hours of college credit completed at the time of application. Course enrollment and programs and services for dual students are available based on the semester calendar.

Once accepted to the Bridge program, students may enroll in classes at any NOC campus in Tonkawa, Enid or Stillwater, as well as any Northwestern campus in Alva, Enid or Woodward. Designated academic advisors are available at each campus.

Northwestern and NOC students

Benefits of the Bridge Program

  • Ease of transfer between NOC and Northwestern
  • A special Northwestern scholarship is being offered to Bridge students.
  • To expand opportunities for higher education in northwestern Oklahoma
  • Bridge students will have access to student services, such as library and computer labs, at all campus locations in the dual-based program. (Fee based student services and campus activities will be available to dually admitted students who have paid these fees.)
  • Bridge students will be issued ID cards granting access to services and activities.
  • Students may reside in NOC campus housing on a space available basis.
  • Eligible students will be able to participate in all recognized student organizations at both institutions.