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Custer Hall provides a secure living environment for the Kansas Academy of Mathematics and Science (KAMS) students that attend Fort Hays State University.
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McMindes Hall is co-ed by wing and by floor, and home to approximately 575 residents. McMindes Hall is available to freshmen and upperclassmen.
Stadium Place offers students comfortable accommodations with apartment-style living for both freshmen and upperclassmen. Both two-and four-bedroom apartments are available.
Tiger Place is a two-building complex in the heart of the Residential Life area. Tiger Place residences offer suite-style living for upperclassmen as well as freshmen.
Wiest Hall is co-ed by floor and accommodates approximately 400 residents of all classifications. Wiest is a truly integrated community, providing first-year students the opportunity to interact closely with upper-class students.
Wooster Place apartments offer the benefits of on-campus living with modern amenities. Family friendly, but open to FHSU upperclassmen as well, Wooster Place offers both one- and two-bedroom apartments.