An HBCU Like None Other!

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Langston University is the only historically black college or university (HBCU) in the state of Oklahoma. In 1897, our institution opened its door with 41 students on a single campus; today our community of approximately 3,000 students on three unique campuses provides a robust education that prepares students for leadership in the career of their choosing.

  • 0st institution in OK to offer an accredited Doctor of Physical Therapy program
  • 0% of student body are first-generation college students
  • 0 degree programs
  • 0:1 student-faculty ratio

Top 100 in U.S. Nursing Schools

Langston’s dynamic nursing program challenges students to become leaders in the rapidly changing healthcare environment.

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Langston EDU nursing students

Top 10 in HBCU Division II Bands

The Marching Pride Band is a laboratory that provides superior music and hands-on-leadership experience for its members.

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Langston EDU band

GOAT Research

Langston is home to the internationally acclaimed E (Kika) de la Garza American Institute for Goat Research that makes a big impact abroad and domestically.

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Goat Research at Langston

Lasting STEM Studies

For over 10 years, Langston has exceeded the national retention rate for STEM students. LU offers six programs for students to choose from.

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Langston EDU science students

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Philip Stitt Named Head Men's Basketball Coach

Philip Stitt

Director of Athletics Donnita Drain has announced the appointment of Philip Stitt as the head men’s basketball coach at Langston University.

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Events

Oct 4

Fall Semester Ends (Eight-Week Session)

Oct 7

Fall Semester Begins (Second Eight-Week Session)

Oct 9

Last Day to Drop with an "AW"