We’re still here: Courtney Hall ’20

Courtney Hall ’20 of West Allis, Wisconsin, is majoring in psychology and theatre. She has been accepted into the clinical mental health master’s program at Marquette University. In the future, she plans to go on for her Ph.D.

“The most important lesson Ripon taught me was that even though independence and responsibility is a factor of adulthood, you should never forget how and when to ask for help when you need it,” Hall says. “Being able to accept help is a sign of strength and not weakness.”

She adds, “I can’t say that I love the way that my college career ended, but I’m happy that I still have the ability to contact those who impacted my life at Ripon.”


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