Ripon College was founded by dreamers and doers, idealists and pragmatists. They didn’t always agree, but they were unified in their belief that higher education was a beacon—one that would draw likeminded people to their frontier community from near and far. That spirit continues at Ripon today. It’s a place where people of all backgrounds come to lay the foundation for a lifetime of learning, exploration and serious intellectual inquiry. It’s a place where questions are answered and answers questioned, where ethics and reason are at least as important as facts and figures. With its small classes, professors who love to teach, and an incomparable family atmosphere, Ripon College is the modern and vibrant realization of a bold vision.
A PERSONAL EXPERIENCE
With its small classes, professors who love to teach, and an incomparable family atmosphere, Ripon College is the modern and vibrant realization of a bold vision.
Student/faculty ratio: 11:1
At least 17 academic units of study in high school. Ripon does not require the ACT or SAT for admission or scholarships; students may submit scores if they wish.
How AP/IB credits are handled
DEGREES AND PROGRAMS
Bachelor of Arts, education certificate, dual-degree, pre-professional
Percentage of freshmen receiving financial aid: 100%
Percentage of all full-time undergraduates receiving financial aid: 99%
For institution-specific scholarships, contact: Office of Admissions at 800.947.4766 or email@example.com
FAFSA Code: 003884
Tuition and Fees: $38,842
Room and Board: $7,769
Conference/division affiliation: NCAA Division III
Baseball, basketball, cross country, cycling, football, soccer, swimming & diving, tennis, track & field (indoor and outdoor)
Basketball, cross country, cycling, soccer, softball, swimming & diving, tennis, track & field (indoor and outdoor), volleyball
Dr. Zach P. Messitte