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|Motto||Start Here, Go Everywhere.|
|Affiliation||Mennonite Church USA|
|Location||Hesston, Kansas, U.S.
|Colors||PMS202Red & PMS130Gold
Hesston College, a college founded in 1909, is located in Hesston, Kansas, United States, 35 miles (56 km) north of Wichita. The college has an enrollment of about 400 students who typically come from about 30 states and 15 other countries. It has a faculty-student ratio of 1:9.
In 1981, the Dyck Arboretum of the Plains was founded at the college.
The main 50 acres (20 ha) Hesston campus consists of 12 buildings, including two residential dormitories, an administration building, library, a number of academic buildings, and two gymnasiums. It also has a baseball diamond, soccer field, two racquetball courts, a weight room, and four tennis courts.
The Nursing program, in addition to facilities on the main campus, has affiliations with local hospitals, including Newton Medical Center and Prairie View Mental Health Center in Newton, Schowalter Villa in Hesston, and Via Christi-St. Francis Campus, Via Christi-St. Joseph Campus, and Wesley Medical Center in Wichita.
The official mascot for the Hesston College athletic teams is the Larks. The Larks have 12 teams and participate in the NJCAA, and in the Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference as an affiliate member.
- Theodore Epp, Christian clergyman, writer, and radio evangelist.
- John A. Hostetler, author, educator, and leading scholar of Amish and Hutterite societies.
- As of January 29, 2015. "Sortable Table: College and University Endowments, 2013–14". The Chronicle of Higher Education. Retrieved August 8, 2015.
- McMaster, Rachel (2014-09-29). "Campus welcomes an increase in new students for 2014–15 – Hesston College". Hesston.edu. Retrieved 2015-08-08.
- Lark Athletics
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- A School on the Prairie: A Centennial History of Hesston College, 1909–2009; John Sharp; 2009; ISBN 978-1931038645.
- A Pillar of Cloud the Story of Hesston College; Mary Miller; 1959; ASIN B000JEMKR8.
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