Information Technology Services

Information Technology Services

Information Technology Services (ITS) delivers key systems, products and services to support and enhance instruction, research, and administration at Langston University.

We bring our clients secure and ready access to vital information, everywhere from labs and offices to classrooms and student residences. We provide high-quality support services that enable students, faculty, and staff to take maximum advantage of an innovative technology-inspired environment. We develop standards, policies, and systems that safeguard LU's information assets, and we track and harness emerging technologies to benefit the University. ITS is responding aggressively to the University's ever-growing demand for cost-effective delivery of information technology services. We are also exploring avenues to deliver services to heightened expectations of "anywhere/anytime" access to new and expanded services.

Student Tech Guides
Student Tech Guides are available for students at every Langston University campus. They are provided as a technology resource to answer basic questions about technology at each campus.

Student Tech Guides for Langston University
Langston Campus (PDF)
Oklahoma City Campus (PDF)
Tulsa Campus (PDF)

Quick Links
Student Email Login
Microsoft Outlook Web App Setup
Help Desk Request Form
Campus Alert
Lion Key
Apartment Phone Service (PDF)
Router Registration Form
Quick ITS Reference Guide (PDF)

Langston Students can have up to four different log-in/password accounts: e-mail, campus computers, SIS, and D2L.

How to Change Your Passwords (PDF)

Your D2L Password typically expires between semesters. If your password is suddenly not working, it could be that your password has expired and needs reset. See the tutorial below for resetting it.

LU Piracy Statement
Software Piracy/Copyright Infringement
Duplicating copyrighted videos, music or software programs, without permission of the author, is broadly defined as copyright infringement. The illegal activity of duplicating, using, selling or distributing copyrighted material is equivalent to theft and is therefore a crime. Unauthorized installation of software is stealing and is also illegal.

Possession or use of pirated software also makes one potentially liable for piracy.

The maximum penalties are $250,000 in fines and up to five years in prison. Ignorance is not an excuse.

All of us have a responsibility to say “no” to software piracy. Purchase and use only legal copies of software with serial numbers.

If you suspect the occurrence of piracy, you should report information to IT.

Report all suspicions of piracy by calling the Langston University IT department at 405-466-3215. Your identity will be held in confidence.

More information on Federal Copyright Laws.

Legal Downloads
There are legal download alternatives which can be found online at