Residency Requirement All students are required to live in University Housing until they have earned sixty (60) Langston University approved college level credit hours. Langston University will automatically bill students for University Housing who are required to live on-campus. Students who reside in University Housing are required to have a meal plan. McCabe and Regents' Scholars are required to live in University Housing for no less than eight consecutive fall and spring semesters (four years). McCabe and Regent's Scholarships will not cover off-campus housing at any time.
Exemption Each case must be submitted to the Director of Housing in writing by June 30th 2018. Case will be thoroughly reviewed and decided on by the Director of Housing. Once the request for an exemption has been reviewed and a decision is rendered, the student will be notified by email. An approved decision rendered is granted for one (1) academic year or a portion of an academic year which remains when the exception is granted. If the Director of Housing renders a denied decision concerning a student exemption request, the student can submit a letter of appeal in writing to the Vice President of Fiscal and Administrative Affairs. The VPFA will review the appeal and render a final decision. The student will be notified by email with a decision of approved or denied. All decisions rendered by the VPFA are final.
Meal Plan Exemption Meal plan exemptions are granted on a case-by-case basis provided the students submit supporting documentations from their physician. Along with supporting documentation from the student's physician, a thorough outline of required dietary restrictions must be provided by the student's physician. Langston University dining service provider must have the opportunity to meet any student's dietary needs before being granted a meal plan exemption approval. Housing Exemption Exemptions may include but not limited to:
Married students and or students who have children, veterans of the United States Armed Forces, or local resident whose permanent address is within a 30-mile radius of Langston University Campus.
Students who study abroad qualify for a housing exemption if the study aboard experience takes place during the fall or spring academic semester.
Students who participating in a required teaching experience that is located beyond a 30-mile radius of Langston University campus.
Note: All Residency and Meal Plan exemptions request are required to have authentic supporting documentation. Exemptions submitted without supporting documentation will be denied.
University Housing Young Hall Young Hall is a traditional residence hall living style. Each room consists of 2twin size beds, cable ready, (local basic cable is provided), 2 closets, a desk, dresser drawers and blinds. Young Hall restrooms are community style located on every floor. Laundry facilities are located on the first floor. Cooking is prohibited in the rooms. Microwaves are provided on each floor lounge for students to utilize 24 hours a day. Small refrigerators are allowed in the rooms. Apartment Style Living
Centennial Court Apartments Centennial Court apartments offers 4 single bedrooms, fully furnished apartments that include basic cable, Wi-Fi, refrigerator, dishwasher, dresser, regular twin size bed. Small refrigerators and microwaves are allowed in the rooms.
Scholars Inn Apartments Scholars Inn Apartments are 2&3 single bedroom apartments. Each bedroom is furnished with a full-size bed, desk, dresser and closet, two-bedroom apartments are equipped with one shower and three-bedroom apartments are equipped with two showers. Small refrigerators and microwaves are allowed in the rooms.
Cimarron Gardens Apartments Cimaron Garden apartments are designed for married students and students with children, facility and staff. Cimarron Garden provides a two-bedroom apartment furnished and unfurnished units are available. Only faculty and staff students who are married and students with children can residents in Cimarron Garden apartments.
Langston Commons Apartments Commons apartments are located a short walk to and from campus. The Commons apartments are specifically designed for married couples, single-parents, faculty and staff. These apartments are two-bedroom, full kitchens and washer/dryer units provided. All apartments are fully furnished.
Room and Board Housing Refund Policy University housing rates for residential or apartments are subject to change based upon approval of fees by the Board of Regents. In addition, a $10 per semester telecommunication fee will be assessed. Housing assignments are made based on a room reservation fee priority basis. No refund or credit will be given for room and board after the first day of classes for each semester and summer term. Students who are required to complete an off-campus internship may have their charges prorated for the length of time the student was on campus versus the length of the applicable enrollment period.
University Housing Main Offices Contact Information (before 5 p.m. weekdays) Centennial Court Phone: 405-466-3939 Scholars Inn Phone: 405-466-6028 Commons Phone: 405-466-6044 Cimarron Phone: 405-466-3939