List of Northeastern State University alumni
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The list of Northeastern State University alumni includes notable alumni, faculty, and former students of the Northeastern State University.
- Billy Bock, late baseball coach for four high schools, won nine state titles
- Michael Bowie, offensive lineman for the Cleveland Browns of the NFL, Super Bowl XLVIII champion
- Jarrett Byers, former St. Louis Rams wide receiver
- Larry Coker, former head coach at the University of Miami
- Bob Hudson, former NFL player
- Ronnie Jones, football coach
- Rosie Manning, former NFL player
- Derrick Moore, former NFL player
Arts and entertainment
- Dennis Letts, college professor and actor
- Jim Ross, former WWE play-by-play commentator; President of Talent Relations
- Shawntel Smith, Miss America 1996
- Carrie Underwood, American Idol season 4 winner; country music star; winner of multiple Grammy Awards
- Bob Berry, co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of Tri-B Nursery, Inc.
- Ken Selby, founder of Mazzio's Italian Eatery
- Jeff Storey, President and Chief Executive Officer of Level 3 Communications
- Bob Ballinger (B.A. in Social Studies Education), lawyer and Republican member of the Arkansas House of Representatives from District 97+ (Carroll, Madison, and Washington counties)
- Glenn Coffee, current Oklahoma Secretary of State and former president pro tempore of the Oklahoma Senate
- Drew Edmondson, former Attorney General of Oklahoma
- James E. Edmondson, current justice on the Oklahoma Supreme Court and former Chief Justice of the same court
- Sandy Garrett, former Oklahoma Superintendent of Public Instruction
- Ted Risenhoover, former U.S. Representative from Oklahoma
- William G. Stigler, former U.S. Representative from Oklahoma
- John A. Sullivan, current U.S. Representative from Oklahoma's 1st congressional district
- Kimberly Teehee, current senior policy adviser for Native American affairs in the administration of President Barack Obama
- Bill Bright, founder of Campus Crusade for Christ
- Mary G. Ross, first Native American female engineer; one of the Skunk Works founding engineers
- "Bob Ballinger, R-97". arkansashouse.org. Retrieved January 7, 2014.
- Briggs, Kara (December 24, 2008). "Cherokee rocket scientist leaves heavenly gift". Cherokee Phoenix. NMAI Newservice.