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On-Campus Living Requirements

All full-time students at Langston University are required to complete a two-year residency requirement. Students must have 60 hours or more to reside off-campus. All traditional students must reside within a traditional living area and have a corresponding meal plan.

Housing Application

For more information about Langston’s residential life meal plan exemption process, contact RLHS at (405) 466-6028 or at

All students can complete the housing application by completing the following steps:

  • Step 1:
  • Step 2: In the top right corner, select “Student Portals”
  • Step 3: Log into “My Langston” using your Lion key credential.
  • Step 4: Under “Quick Links” select Housing Application.
  • Step 5: Click on the light blue link, “my university log-in page” and begin the housing application.

*Please note, all first-time freshmen and transfer students must pay the $250 commitment fee before completing the housing application.

Residential Living Areas

Langston University consists of four areas to foster a “home-away-from-home” atmosphere for all Langston students. The residential areas consist of the following:

  1. Centennial Court Apartments—This apartment complex affectionately known as, “Freshmen Village,” is home to our first-time entering freshmen students. Each apartment consists of four bedrooms (with twin XL size beds) with a shared kitchen, living room, and two-bathroom spaces. On-property laundry services are available in the Centennial Court Clubhouse.
  2. Langston Commons Apartments—Also known as the ‘The Commons,” this apartment complex serves as home to our upperclassmen honor students, non-traditional students, faculty, and staff members. These apartments are two-bedroom units (with full-size beds) with full kitchens and washer/dryer units provided. All apartments are fully furnished with all bills paid.
  3. Scholars’ Inn Apartments— Multiple rooming options exist within this apartment complex. Students can reside within two or three-bedroom (with full-size beds) apartments. This residential area houses Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors. On-property laundry services are available in the Scholars Inn Clubhouse.
  4. Young Hall—Within this residential area, Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors can reside within Langston University’s only traditional residence hall. The residence hall consists of single-room options with community showering areas and twin XL size bedrooms. On-property laundry services are available on both the female and male sides of the building.”