Langston University Named a Certified Healthy Campus for the Third Year in a Row

Langston University Named a Certified Healthy Campus for the Third Year in a Row

Certified Healthy recipients are recognized for promoting health and wellness where Oklahomans live, work, learn, and play. They set positive examples and shape brighter futures for Oklahoma.

Langston University has applied for the program and been awarded the highest recognition of “Excellence” for the third year, in two separate categories: University and Business. Langston University is Oklahoma’s only Historically Black College University (HBCU) and is leading the way in changing the campus’ environment to improve the health of its students, staff, and faculty.

Langston University President Dr. Kent J. Smith Jr., and his staff have made it a top priority to be named America’s Healthiest Campus, a distinction only a handful of universities have accomplished. Langston University has partnered with the Logan County Healthy Living Program to create sustainable change for the entire community.

Langston University (LU) is a public Historically Black University enrolling in a close-knit community of under 3,000 students. Founded in 1897, LU is located in rural Logan County and has urban campuses in Oklahoma City and Tulsa. Langston offers more than 40 associate, bachelors, masters, and doctoral programs across six academic colleges.

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