Our commitment to Brown County
Given today’s current climate, more and more students are looking at colleges closer to home but are still concerned with the cost of a private education. At Ripon College, we wanted to provide students in nearby communities the choice to stay close to home and gain a premier college experience at top value.
Our commitment to you is $38,000 per year in scholarships and awards to graduating seniors from these Brown County high schools: Pulaski High School, Oneida Nation High School, Northeast Wisconsin Technical College, Denmark High School, De Pere High School, Phantom Knight Sch Opportunity, Ashwaubenon High School, Bay Port High School, Beth Haven Academy, Green Bay East High School, Bay City Baptist School, Northeastern Wisconsin Luth HS, Preble High School, Notre Dame Academy, Providence Academy, Southwest High School, John Dewey Academy Of Learning, West High School, West De Pere High School and Wrightstown High School.
+ Students applying for the 2023-2024 academic year and are admitted to Ripon College.
+ Students who are enrolled full time and will live on campus.
+ Incoming first-year, international and transfer students who graduate(d) from one of the qualifying high schools.
You can choose to gain the following value from your Ripon College education:
- Complete multiple majors and minors in four years with our innovative Catalyst Curriculum
- Be part of the 98% of Ripon students who are employed, student teaching or pursuing graduate study within six months of graduation
- Be one of the Ripon graduates earning more than most graduates of other Wisconsin liberal arts schools 10 years after graduation (Department of Education’s College Scorecard)
The most important thing is this: the choice is yours. We wish you luck in deciding where you’ll pursue your dreams – and we hope you choose Ripon College.