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Dual Enrollment Information

A look at the dual enrollment program between NOC and EHS


Dual enrollment, sometimes referred to as concurrent enrollment, means enrollment at two institutions at once.   In our Guidance Department we generally use this term in regards to taking college classes at Northern Oklahoma College (NOC) while still enrolled in high school at Enid High.  Our district strongly supports concurrent enrollment at NOC, and many NOC classes are offered in our University Center.


  1. Must be a Senior or Junior.
  2. Must meet ACT guidelines.  Seniors must have a 19 overall on the ACT, and a 19 in the sub category related to the class.  Juniors must have a 21 on the ACT, and a 21 in the sub category.
  3. Requires approval from the counselor, principal and parent.
  4. Student must have room on their schedule for a study period.  This is required.
  5. Please be aware that NOC classes are not free.  Juniors are responsible for tuition and fees.  Seniors are responsible for fees.  Students taking a class at NOC will be responsible for buying their textbooks.


If you are doing Concurrent Enrollment through NOC please view the 3 videos located at the bottom of this webpage.   This will help you to be informed about your responsibilities, and increase your chances of success as an NOC Concurrent Enrollment student.



The Oklahoma State System of Higher Education was created in 1941 by a vote of the people that amended the state's constitution to provide for such a system.

The state system is comprised of 25 colleges and universities – including two research universities, 10 regional universities, one public liberal arts university and 12 community colleges – and 11 constituent agencies and two university centers. The State System is coordinated by the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education, and each institution is governed by a board of regents.

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The State Regents also manage scholarships and special programs. In addition, the State Regents operate OneNet, the state's most advanced technology network, and the Oklahoma College Assistance Program, which provides college access, aid awareness, financial literacy and student loan management programs and services for students and parents.

While the State Regents is the coordinating board of control for all institutions in the State System of Higher Education, governing boards of regents and boards of trustees are responsible for the operation and management of each State System institution or higher education program.

For more information about the State System of Higher Education, read the State System Overview or contact the Communications Department at or 405.225.9100.