Welcome to the Langston University Office of Admissions, Recruitment, and Outreach Programs web page; herein you will find information that will assist you in navigating the admissions and enrollment process. Below you will find forms and documents that will help you prepare for the beginning of next semester. If you have questions, please feel free to contact any of the Office of Admissions, Recruitment, and Outreach Programs team members listed below: Office of Admissions, Recruitment, and Outreach Programs General Information Line: (405) 466-3428
- Official High School Transcript (sealed, including graduation date and final GPA)
- Official College Transcripts (sealed)
- ACT/SAT score results (these items can be mailed to the Office of Admissions P.O. Box 667, Langston, OK 73050 or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Immunization Records. Meningitis, Measles, Mumps, Rubella (TWO DOSES), and Hepatitis B. (Mailed to University Health Services P.O. Box 1500, Langston, OK 73050 OR Faxed to (405) 466-3402)
- Complete application at http://www.langston.edu/apply-now
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Freshmen Admission Requirements
International Admission Requirements
Fall Semester: July 15
Spring Semester: November 15
All required documents must be submitted before the deadline, or the application will automatically be deferred to the following semester.
International Student Admission and Admission of Students for Whom English is a Second Language
International AdmissionsApplication ChecklistInternational Student Admissions ApplicationMaintaining Your F1 StatusStatement of UnderstandingI20 Application FormFinancial Statement for International StudentsStatement of Application and SponsorGuarantor's Statement of Financial ResponsibilityBank's CertificationCompletion of Secondary/High School StudiesEnglish Proficiency RequirementsLocal Contact InformationMedical HistoryDegree Programs
Langston University offers several options for completing an advanced college degree. Three master level programs in education, rehabilitation counseling, and entrepreneurship are available, as well as a Doctorate in Physical Therapy. Our programs are small enough to give you valuable, personal, and professional experience; and, large enough to provide state-of-the-art learning and research opportunities.
Contact us for more information about graduate programs at Langston University. General inquiries may be addressed to Academic Affairs at 405-466-3424 or by writing to P.O. Box 1500, Langston, Oklahoma 73050. For the Master of Education program contact Dr. Marsha Herron at email@example.com or 405-466-3569. For Rehabilitation Counseling contact Dr. Kenyotta Cross at firstname.lastname@example.org or 405-530-7529. For Entrepreneurship contact Dr. Sharon Hunter-Rainey at email@example.com or 918-877-8151. For Physical Therapy contact Dr. Aliya Chaudry at firstname.lastname@example.org or 405-466-3255.
If an applicant is denied admission on any of the foregoing grounds, there must be substantial evidence supporting the basis for the denial. In addition, he/she must be afforded adequate procedural safeguards, including the following:
- He/She must be advised of the grounds for denial;
- He/She must be informed of the facts which form the basis of the denial;
- He/She must be afforded an opportunity to be heard.
- The Admission and Retention Committee, which is appointed by the President, will hear all appeals and have the authority to rule in favor of or against any appeal.
Residence Status of Enrolled Students
Attendance at an educational institution, albeit a continuous and long term experience, is interpreted as temporary residence; therefore, a student neither gains nor loses resident status solely by such attendance. Students attending an Oklahoma college or university may perform many objective acts, some of which are required by law (i.e., payment of taxes), and all of which are customarily done by some non-residents who do not intend to remain in Oklahoma after graduation, but are necessary and/or convenient (i.e. registering to vote, obtaining an Oklahoma driver’s license, etc.). Such acts and/or declarations alone are not sufficient evidence of intent to remain in Oklahoma beyond the college experience. A non-resident student attending an Oklahoma college or university on more than a half-time basis is presumed to be in the state primarily for educational purposes. An individual is not deemed to have acquired status as a resident of Oklahoma until he or she has been in the state for at least a year primarily as a permanent resident and not merely as a student. Likewise an individual classified as a resident of Oklahoma shall not be reclassified as a nonresident until 12 months after having left Oklahoma to live in another state. ALL APPLICATIONS FOR OKLAHOMA RESIDENCE MUST BE ON FILE IN THE REGISTRAR’S OFFICE WITH DOCUMENTATION ONE (1) SEMESTER PRIOR TO YOUR REQUEST TO BE RECLASSIFIED. Applications may be picked up in the Registrar’s Office, Page Hall 134. MES Application Packet