Langston University


Langston University is a public university located about 45 mins outside of Oklahoma City. Named for the first African American congressperson from Virginia, John Mercer Langston, it is the westernmost HBCU in the nation. Founded in 1867, student enrollment has grown to to more than 2,200 students.

Langston is a leader in the field of agricultural research, as well as capabilities to conduct research in the field of disability rehabilitation. Outside of the classroom, Langston University supports a number of student organizations, including fraternities, sororities, and intercollegiate athletics. For more information, visit