by Michael Schwanke
One month after large hail slammed into downtown Wichita, some of the damage totals are in.
One of the worst is Friends University where the bill is in the millions.
More than 30 rooftops were hit by tennis ball sized hail.
The most extensive damage was at this historic administration building. The roof is covered in slate tile that weighs about 20 tons. The university is looking at a different material, but it could cost more than two million dollars to replace.
"On the campus as a whole we're looking at over $6 million in damage I think that catches people off guard. They don't realize we had that size of hail," says Vice President Randy Doerksen.
Doerksen says the university is trying to hire local contractors to do the work.
Lawrence Dumont and The Ice Center were also badly damaged in the storm. The city says the damage for both facilities could total more than one million dollars.