Class of 2022: Olivia Ambrose ’22

We celebrate the Class of 2022, what they have achieved during their years at Ripon and what they hope to achieve in the next chapter of their lives.

Olivia Ambrose ’22 of Appleton, Wisconsin, majored in psychobiology with a minor in chemistry. She will be attending Carroll University to study for a master’s degree in the nursing-direct entry program. She also will continue to work for Ripon Guardian Ambulance.

“I think that the most important lesson I learned while at Ripon is that people will come and go from your life, but the important ones will stay with you and support you no matter what.”

At Ripon, she loved working in the Office of Admission. “The admission counselors are amazing to work with and I enjoyed meeting prospective students and their families during their visit to campus,” she says. “One of the best parts of the job was seeing students I met in the office on campus the next fall semester.”

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