Location & Contact Information

Address:
701 Sammy Davis Jr Dr
Langston, Oklahoma 73050
Main Phone: (405) 466-2231
Main Contact: Josita Baker
Website:http://www.langston.edu/

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Langston University

Langston University is the USA’s westernmost historically black college or university (HBCU) and the only HBCU in Oklahoma. A public land-grant university established in 1897, Langston University educates students on three campuses in Langston, Oklahoma City, and Tulsa, offering undergraduate and graduate degrees. The institution has a rich history of growth and impact. Langston faculty and staff pride themselves on being a community of pragmatic intellectuals; one that provides advancement opportunities to students and produces high-performing scholars and professionals. Learn more at www.langston.edu.

Quick Facts

Undergrad Population: 1790
Graduate Population: 120
Student Body: Coed
In State Tuition: $7000
Out of State Tuition: $14600
Room & Board: $11100
Applications Due: Rolling Admissions ($25)
Conference: Red River Athletic Conference
Mascot: Lions
Accreditations:
Online Classes: yes
Percent Men: 40%
Percent Women: 60%

Online Admissions Application:

http://www.langston.edu/apply-now
Majors Offered

ASSOCIATE DEGREE PROGRAMS

-Child Development
-Criminal Justice
-Drafting and Design
-Electronics Technology
-Financial Planning
-General Studies

BACHELOR DEGREE PROGRAMS

-Accountancy
-Agribusiness and Applied Economics
-Animal Science and Management
-Biology
-Broadcast Journalism
-Building Construction Management
-Business Administration
-Chemistry
-Computer Design
-Computer Science
-Corrections
-Early Childhood Education
-Economics
-Electronics
-Elementary Education
-English
-Family and Consumer Sciences
-Finance
-Financial Economics
-Health Care Administration
-Health, Physical Education, and Recreation(HPER)
-Instrumental Music
-Liberal Education (BALE)
-Management
-Management Information Systems
-Mathematics
-Music Education
-Nursing
-Organizational Leadership
-Plant Science and Resource Sustainability
-Psychology
-Public Health
-Rehabilitation Services
-Sociology
-Special Education
-Technology
-Vocal Music

MASTERS DEGREE PROGRAMS

-Entrepreneurial Studies
-Rehabilitation Counseling
-Sustainable Agriculture and Food Security
-Urban Education
-Visual Rehabilitation Services

DOCTORAL DEGREE PROGRAMS

-Physical Therapy
Sports & Extra Curricular Activities
Choral Groups, Marching Band, Pep Band, Radio Station, Sororities, Television Station
College History
College History
Langston University (LU) is a four-year diverse public institution offering undergraduate and graduate degrees. The only historically black college or university (HBCU) in the state, Langston University is also the westernmost HBCU in the United States. Located 12 miles east of Guthrie in Langston, Oklahoma, it can uniquely claim both a rural and urban mission with university centers in Tulsa and Oklahoma City. Recognized as one of the most affordable HBCUs, Langston consistently is ranked in the Top 30. The university is led by Interim President Dr. Ruth Ray Jackson.

Langston University offers on-campus research laboratories that allow students to perform research projects and present abstracts at appropriate forums throughout Oklahoma and the United States. The institution offers a variety of study and research opportunities designed to spawn innovation, generate new technologies and ideas, and produce talented graduates prepared to compete in tomorrow’s global marketplace.

Established in 1897
The university was founded in 1897 as a land grant college and was known as the Oklahoma Colored Agricultural and Normal University. Langston University was created as a result of the second Morrill Act in 1890. In 1941, the school was renamed Langston University.

The University is named for John Mercer Langston (1829-1897), a black Virginia educator prominent in public affairs who organized the first Department of Law at Howard University, later serving as vice president and acting president of the university. He was appointed by the U.S. President to serve as resident minister in Haiti and Santo Domingo. He was also president of Virginia State College for Negroes and was elected in Virginia to serve in the House of Representatives from 1890-1891.

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Langston University makes history with $1.45 million gift
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Opening Convocation encourages students
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Secure your Langston University Football Season Tickets!
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