Fort Hays State University facts for kids
|Motto||Forward thinking. World ready.|
|Kansas Board of Regents|
|Endowment||$91.44 million (2017)|
|Provost||Jeff Briggs (interim)|
|Students||15,100 (fall 2017)|
200 acres (0.81 km2)
|Colors||Black and gold
|NCAA Division II – The MIAA|
|Mascot||Victor E. Tiger|
Fort Hays State University (FHSU) is a public university in Hays, Kansas. It is the third-biggest of the six state universities governed by the Kansas Board of Regents. They have about 15,100 students (4,648 on campus, 6,882 online, 3,570 Chinese program).
Student Media at Fort Hays is housed under the banner Tiger Media Network. It includes radio and TV, coming from their website.
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Gillicus arcuatus within the stomach of Xiphactinus audax, George F. Sternberg's most famous fossil find
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