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Fort Hays State University

Forward thinking. World ready.

FHSU is the leading forward-thinking, entrepreneurial university of the Midwest. We have an enrollment of more than 12,000 students and offer hundreds of certificate and degree programs at the associate's, bachelor's and master's levels through 28 academic departments. We attract goal-oriented students who want premier learning opportunities both inside and outside the classroom combined with extraordinary one-to-one attention and support. Take a look at our College Portrait for an overall view of FHSU.

Our professors are outstanding teachers who motivate students to develop their unique talents. As a result, our students graduate with a deep appreciation of knowledge as well as professional skills and confidence that give them a competitive edge in their careers, now and for a lifetime.

Located halfway between Denver and Kansas City, FHSU is a welcoming community in the heart of historic Hays, a community that celebrates its frontier roots and its modern sensibility - coffee shops, one-of-a-kind restaurants, shopping, and a vibrant arts scene.

Fort Hays State University has long had a policy of making information readily available and ensures compliance with federal HEA and HEOA legislation.

Come on in, and learn more about the FHSU experience.

Visiting FHSU

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What to Do

Maps and Directions

Driving Directions to our Campus
- Coming from 183 South, turn left at 8th Street and go straight (west) to the FHSU campus
- Coming from 183 North, (option 1) turn right at 27th Street, take 27th St. to Hall St., turn south (left) and go to the FHSU campus
- Coming from 183 North, (option 2) Take Vine St. south to 8th St., turn right and go straight (west) to the FHSU campus.
- Coming from Interstate 70 East or West, turn south at US 183 Bypass (exit 157) and go straight to the FHSU campus.

Admissions Office
Parent Checklist


It's five ‘o' clock pm, do you know where your son or daughter may be? Well... when they're an FHSU Tiger, they'll be dining in McMindes Hall Cafeteria and not raiding your fridge anymore! We know that sending your son or daughter off to college can be a scary time...but we want you to know, that we are with you every step of the way. Here are a few things for Future Tiger Parents to keep in mind and check off your “To Do” list:


 

Meet the Admissions Staff
Visit the Admissions webpage and meet our Admissions Counselors to see who's visiting your child's high school. Also see their contact information for any of your FHSU questions.

 

Check Out Campus for Yourself
Come experience what FHSU has to offer. Daily tour times at 9:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Schedule your visit online today or call 800.628.3478.

 

Worried About Paying for College? One Word: SCHOLARSHIPS!
Scholarship packages for incoming freshman are based on ACT scores and high school transcripts. With an ACT composite of a 21 or higher your student is guaranteed $500 to $4100 at FHSU. Plus, they have the opportunity to apply for over $3 million in campus-wide scholarships.

 

The Wonderful World of F.A.F.S.A .
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid is your ticket to loans, grants and federal work study. Contact Financial Aid at 785.628.4408 with questions or visit the official parent website. FHSU's Title IV Code is 001915 and the priority deadline for Fort Hays is March 15.

 

Your Students Home Away From Home
After being admitted to FHSU, the next step is to apply for residential halls. Students can print, fax, or follow the instructions on their TigerTracks web portal to reserve their new room and meal plan.

 

Enrolling For Classes
Creating your students schedule has never been easier with early spring Enrollment Days! Join your student as they receive help pre-enrolling in classes from real FHSU students and faculty. Register online or call the Admissions Office 785.628.5666.

Graduate Programs at FHSU

For all graduate programs, you must have an earned bachelor's degree and a minimum 2.5 GPA on your last 60 hours of undergraduate study in addition to the specific program admission requirements. All transcripts must be official copies. International students with 3-year degrees will be considered on a case-by-case basis by the graduate dean.
Programs
Delivery Mode
Admission Requirements
Master of Fine Arts (MFA)
on campus 20 digital images, 3 letters of recommendation, personal statement, resume, and a 3.0 GPA on last 60 undergraduate credit hours
Master of Arts in History
on campu s 2 letters of recommendation, a minimum of 20 credit hours in undergraduate or graduate history coursework, a 3.00 GPA on a 4.00 scale for B.A. degree, a writing sample demonstrating research and documentation skills, and a personal statement.
Master of Arts in English
on campus
2 letters of recommendation and a 3.0 GPA in a minimum of 18 hours of English courses beyond the general studies composition courses
Master of Science in Communication
on campus
3.0 cumulative undergraduate GPA, 2 letters of recommendation, and a personal statement
Master of Science in Geosciences
on campus
an acceptable GRE score and 2 letters of recommendation.
Master of Science in Psychology
on campus
an acceptable GRE score, 2 letters of recommendation (dept. form), a personal statement in which the student describes their reasons for pursuing graduate training in psychology, and 15 hours in psychology with at least one statistics course and one research/laboratory course
Education Specialist in School Psychology
on campus
an acceptable GRE score, 2 letters of recommendation (dept. form), a personal statement in which the student describes their reasons for pursuing graduate training in psychology, and completion of a Masters degree in psychology or education
Master of Liberal Studies (MLS)
on campus/online
2 letters of recommendation, a personal statement including background and why applying to MLS, and an MLS interest inventory . Some concentrations have additional additional requirements or application materials.
Master of Science in Education (MSE)
online 2 letters of recommendation, a personal statement, a minimum GPA of 3.0 on the last 60 hours, and evidence of completion of coursework for licensure
Master of Science in Special Education
online 2 letters of recommendation, a personal statement, and a cumulative 3.0 GPA
Master of Science in Counseling
on campus/online
a score of 850 on verbal and quantitative portions of GRE or 392 on MAT, 3.00 on last 60 undergraduate credit hours or 3.50, 2 letters of recommendation and personal statement
Master of Science in Education Administration
online
a minimum of 378 on MAT or an average of 400 on the GRE, 2 letters of recommendation, a personal statement, a minimum GPA of 3.0 for last 60 undergraduate credit hours, an educational vita, and a copy of your teaching certificate/ endorsement
Master of Science in Instructional Technology
online
A cumulative undergraduate GPA of 2.5 or higher, 2 letters of recommendation, and a personal statement in which you describe your interests in instructional technology.
Education Specialist in Education Administration
online
a minimum of 385 on MAT or an average of 446 on the GRE, 2 letters of recommendation, a personal statement, an educational vita, a copy of your teaching certificate/endorsement, and a Master's degree with a minimum GPA of 3.25 for the first 30 hours of graduate coursework leading to the building level certificate
Master of Science in Biology
on campus
a personal statement specifying the exact interest area and research area and 2 letters of recommendation. GRE scores are not required. Preference is given to applications received before March 15
Master of Science in Health and Human Performance
on campus / online
3 letters of recommendation, a minimum of 18 hours of undergraduate credit hours in HHP, and a 3.00 GPA on a 4.00 scale on last 60 credit hours; or 2.75-2.99 GPA for last 60 credit hours and 850 on verbal and quantitative portions of GRE or 396 on MAT; or 2.50-2.74 GPA on the last 60 credit hours and a score of 850 on verbal and quantitative portions of the GRE or a 396 on MAT and achieve a 3.0 GPA or better on the first nine graduate credit hours
Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology
on campus
requires an acceptable verbal, quantitative, and analytical GRE Score, 2 letters of recommendation completed by professors or individuals familiar with your academic course work, a resume, and a personal statement including background information, why you are applying to the program, why a speech-language pathology career appeals to you, qualities you possess that would benefit our program, and professional goals. Application deadlines are October 1 (Spring) and February 1 (Fall).
Master of Science in Nursing
online/on campus (FNP)
an acceptable score on the MAT, a State of Kansas nursing license, a BSN, 2 letters of recommendation, and a personal statement. The Family Nurse Practitioner specialty has additional requirements.
Professional Science Master's (PSM) on campus
Biology - a personal statement specifying the exact research area and 2 letters of recommendation
Master of Business Administration (MBA)
on campus/online
an acceptable GMAT or other graduate placement test (GRE, LSAT, etc.) score prior to enrollment, 2 letters of recommendation, a personal statement indicating reasons for seeking a Master of Business Administration degree including professional and/or career goals and pertinent past work experience, and a current resume

Non-Degree Graduate Students

The Graduate School welcomes US students who wish to take graduate courses for credit, but not pursue a formal degree program. Such students are referred to as non-degree graduate students. The requirements for admission are: (1) a completed regionally-accredited bachelor's degree, and (2) a GPA of 2.5 or better on the last 60 hours of undergraduate coursework. Students desiring to apply for admission as a non-degree graduate student must complete the Graduate School's admission application. Non-degree graduate students who have not been previously admitted within the past 5 years must pay the $35 application fee.

 

 

 

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