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Fortification Hays State University

Fortification Hays State University (FHSU) is an open, co-instructive college situated in Hays, Kansas, United States. It is the fourth-biggest of the six state colleges administered by the Kansas Board of Regents, with an enlistment of roughly 11,200 understudies (4,000 undergrad, 1,200 graduate, and 6,000 online understudies). 

FHSU was established in 1902 as the Western Branch of Kansas State Normal School which is presently known as Emporia State University. The organization was initially situated on the grounds of Fort Hays, a wilderness military station that was shut in 1889. The college served the early pilgrims' requirements for instructive offices in the new area. The primary building closer to Hays was finished in 1904, at which time the college moved to its available area. The cutting edge grounds is still situated on a bit of the previous military reservation from the stronghold. FHSU was first to be established as a horticultural based school yet was then dead set to be a typical school. The ordinary school should be bolstered partially by the agrarian investigation station. For a considerable length of time the University Dairy Unit supplied to class cafeteria with new drain. 

Amid the Great Flood of 1951 a tributary of the Kansas River overwhelmed about all of grounds driving a midnight clearing.