Contact Info / Hours


113 Tomanek Hall
785-628-5276
1-800-628-FHSU
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Regular Hours (thru 12/12/14)
Mondays-Thursdays:   8am - 10pm
Fridays:                           8am -  5pm
Sundays:                        5pm -  9pm

Winter / Holiday Break
Weekends:                           CLOSED
Dec. 13 - 22:   Mon-Fri:  8am - 5pm
Dec. 23:                      8am - 4:30pm
Dec. 24 - Jan. 4:                   CLOSED
Jan. 5 - 18:      Mon-Fri:  8am - 5pm
Jan. 19 (MLK, Jr. Day):         CLOSED
Jan. 20:       Resume Regular Hours
 
Current Hours (PDF) 


TigerNet On-Campus Wireless Locations

Fort Hays State University has a robust wireless network that supports mobile teaching and learning activities across campus. Using this network, students can access the internet and view their e-mail, grades, financial information, the on-line course delivery system, and other FHSU online services.



Wireless Internet access on the FHSU campus is currently available in the following buildings, using the following connection standards:


802.11 ac (dual band up to 1.3 Gbps*)

Agnew Hall (AG)
Albertson Hall (AH)
Brooks Building (BR) (Conference Room)
Center for Media Studies (MS)
Cunningham Hall (CH)
Custer Hall (CT)
Davis Hall (DH)
Forsyth Library (FL)
Gross Memorial Coliseum (GC)
Heather Hall (HH) (residential)
Lewis Field Stadium Buildings (ST) (office building and pressbox)
Malloy Hall (MH)
Martin Allen Hall (MA)
McCartney Hall (MC)
McMindes Hall (MM)
Memorial Union (UN)
Picken Hall (PH)
Rarick Hall (RH)
Robbins Center (RC)
Sheridan Hall (SH)
Stadium Place (SP)
Stroup Hall (STH)
Tomanek Hall (TH)
Wiest Hall (WT)
Witt Building (WI)
Wooster Place (WOOS) 



Wireless Card Recommendations

Best:   802.11 ac
Good:  802.11 a/b/g/n (dual-band)
Avoid:  802.11 b/g/n (2.4 ghz only) 

If you are considering the purchase of a computer, see these pages for recommendations:  

 Laptop Purchase Recommendations
 Basic Computer Requirements for Virtual Students

We suggest visiting with your advisor, instructors, or academic department for more specific recommendations that may apply to your courses or area of study.


*maximum theoretical throughput in perfect conditions.

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