We’re still here: Carlee Zander ’20

The most important lesson she learned at Ripon College is to be confident and to not be afraid to put herself out there, says Carlee Zander ’20 of Manawa, Wisconsin.

She is majoring in psychology and with double minors in criminal justice and strength and conditioning. She plans to gain some work experience before going on to graduate school to study forensic psychology.

“It’s hard to accept how different everything is now (with the off-campus study), but everything happens for a reason,” Zander says. “It is not an ideal situation that we have been put in, but it is all for the greater good.”


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