Building Hours

Fall 2018 Semester 

Mon – Thurs – 7:30am – Midnight
Fri – 7:30am – 6pm
Sat – 10am – 5pm
Sun – Noon – Midnight

Research Help Hours

Mon-Thurs - 8am - 9pm
Fri - 8am - 4:30pm
Sat - 10am - 5pm
Sun -
Noon - 9pm

Contact Us

Main Phone: 
785-628-4434

Ask-A-Librarian: 
http://libanswers.fhsu.edu/

Research Phone: 
Call: 785-639-6180
Text:785-527-9483

Email: 
refserv@fhsu.edu

Report a Library Resource Issue:
http://fhsuguides.fhsu.edu/report

Get started with a quick search of the catalog and multiple databases.
Search for magazine, newspaper, and scholarly journal articles.
Search Digital Archives to find digitized photos, FHSU theses, yearbooks, and more.
Search Books & More to find books & e-books, print & e-journals, DVDs, CDs, government documents, & more.

What am I Searching?

  • Full-text articles from more than 80,000 journals. For more article content, see Articles and Databases.
  • Everything from the Forsyth Library Catalog: books, ebooks, videos, FHSU theses, and more.
  • Digital images, FHSU yearbooks and athletic programs, and Sternberg Museum fossils from the Forsyth Library Digital Collections.

Search across these sources all at once, or filter your search to those items most interesting to you.

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Government Documents Department

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Government Documents Department


The Federal Depository Library Program (FDLP) is authorized through Title 44, United States Code, Chapter 19. The Program began in the early 1920s. The Federal Depository Library Program at Fort Hays State University began in 1926 with the establishment of the Government Documents Department at Forsyth Library.

The Department houses and maintains publications of the United States, State-foreign governments, and the United Nations. The Department also functions as the Library's reference center for government information.

The Federal collection is arranged by SuDoc classification, in which materials are grouped by the issuing agency, not by subject. The state-foreign collection is arranged alphabetically by the name of the state or foreign government. The United Nations collection is arranged by the U.N. classification system.

Government Documents Circulation Policy

Research Help - If no one is available to assist you in the Government Documents area please check at the Research Help desk on the main floor for assistance.

Contact

Brian Gribben
Coordinator

phone: 785.628.5511

email: b_gribben@fhsu.edu

 

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