Fort Hays State University
Office of Admissions
Picken Hall 211
600 Park Street
Hays, KS 67601
Phone: 785-628-5666
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Upcoming events

Majors and Graduate Programs Fair - October 18th, 2017
The Academic Advising and Career Exploration Center invites all high school juniors, seniors, and counselors to the Majors and Graduate Programs Fair. The Majors and Graduate Programs is a free academic fair that showcases the academic opportunities available at FHSU. Faculty, staff, and students from all academic areas are located in the Memorial Union Ballroom to answer academic inquiries to help students gain a greater understanding of their academic options in college. This is a come and go event that is perfect for groups and it can be paired with a campus tour and visit with an Admissions Counselor.

- RSVP your group today with Nikki Brown
Leadership Shadow Days - October 19th, November 1st & 2nd
The Department of Leadership Studies at FHSU invites all high school juniors and seniors to experience college for a day. What makes this experience different from a typical campus tour? Not only will you get a sneak peek of what a college class is like, you'll get the inside scoop about college life and studying Organizational Leadership—from a student who's already here. The day is completely free—you have nothing to lose!

- RSVP Deadline: October 12th, 2017  

Tiger Day - October 28th, 2017
The Fort Hays State University Admissions Office invites all high school juniors, seniors, and transfer students to spend a day on our campus and discover the reason why so many students are choosing FHSU! Tiger Day provides you with an excellent opportunity to attain important information regarding academic majors, scholarships, financial aid, student life, athletics, co-curricular activities and much more.

-RSVP Deadline: October 18th, 2017 

Eastern Kansas Road Trip - November 5-6th, 2017
Live a day in the life of a Tiger! Join other students from Eastern Kansas and see for yourself what FHSU has to offer. Stay the night and take a campus tour, visit with an academic department of your choice, and meet other potential Tigers from your area. The best part: it's all FREE! This trip for Seniors only is limited, so sign up now!

- RSVP Deadline: October, 20th, 2017 

Colorado Road Trip - December 3-4th, 2017 
Hey Seniors! Have you wanted to visit campus, but haven't had the chance? This FREE trip is for you! Stay the night lock-in style, visit with one of our great academic departments, tour campus, and meet other future Tigers just like you. Seats are limited, so sign up now to take part in this unique opportunity just for students from Colorado.

- RSVP Deadline: November 17th, 2017 
Student Recognition Programs
If you are a high school or transfer student...bring your family and friends and join us at the Student Recognition Program near or in your hometown. Students all over the states of Kansas, Colorado, and Nebraska are checking out Fort Hays State University and meeting other students from your area who are thinking about becoming a Tiger. On this day, you will meet with faculty and other university representatives. Also, all students in attendance will receive a FREE T-Shirt and those with scholarships will be recognized at the program.  

- Program dates are typically set for February 2018. Check back soon for specific locations, dates and times.

Tiger Mania - April 4th, 2018
Are you a high school sophomore or junior starting to explore your college choices? If so, we have a day just for you! Tiger Mania is a visitation day designed exclusively for sophomores and juniors to explore FHSU by taking a fun, interactive look into the life of a college student. The day will include walking tours of campus and residential halls, visiting with faculty members and current students, a free lunch AND multiple giveaways!  
RSVP Deadline: March 28th, 2018

Hispanic College Institute - June 20-23, 2018
Fort Hays State University's Hispanic College Institute is a FREE, four-day, residential program that prepares high school students to enter and succeed in higher education. The program is based on research and input from Hispanic educators and community leaders, and much of the content is delivered by Hispanics who can relate to the students' experiences and challenges.

- Application Deadline: We encourage you to apply as soon as possible in order to be accepted to the program. We will accept applications until spaces are filled.

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