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Join us when #OneDayRally returns April 28

Join us April 28 for the fourth annual #OneDayRally of support for Ripon College. The day is meant to bring everyone together as a community […]

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Ripon’s endowment surpasses $100 million, securing our future

Ripon College’s endowment fund crossed above the $100 million mark in March for the first time, a significant milestone in the Wisconsin school’s 170-year history. […]

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Robert L. Wallace receives four-year research grant from NSF

Robert L. Wallace, professor emeritus of biology and the former Patricia and Philip McCullough 1969 Professor in Biology has received a four-year research grant from […]

Dietrich family establishes funding resources of more than $2 million

An entire family’s love and commitment to higher education have culminated in two funding resources for Ripon College with a combined value of more than […]

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Student Support Services awarded new $1.4 million grant

A new five-year grant of $1.4 million has been awarded to the Student Support Services program at Ripon College by the U.S. Department of Education, […]

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‘Touchable art’ collection will teach museum studies students new perspectives

A collection of touchable art to promote and teach about the creation of art for the visually impaired is being assembled by Travis Nygard, associate […]

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Grant from National Science Foundation advancing chemistry research

A grant of $400,400 has been awarded to a program of the Midwestern Undergraduate Computational Chemistry Consortium (MU3C), of which Ripon College is a part. […]

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Ripon receives National Science Foundation grant to study quantitative reasoning

A team of Ripon College faculty has received a National Science Foundation grant of $297,715 for the project “Building Capacity for Interdisciplinary Quantitative Reasoning Instruction.” […]

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#OneDayRally giving day engagement soars beyond expectations

After just 18 hours and 51 minutes and thousands of social media shares on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, Ripon College’s first-ever #OneDayRally giving day campaign […]

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Steve Martin earns grant to develop new course focusing on the First Amendment

A new course, offering a critical look into what the First Amendment really is, is being developed by Associate Professor of Communications Steve Martin, thanks […]

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Grant money received to support student travel in Germany

A total of $12,000 dollars in grant money was awarded for the Bonn Program and support for student travel to and in Germany. The Max […]

Russo Family Endowed Scholarship aims to reduce student debt

“I attribute much of my success to the liberal arts education I received at Ripon,” says Richard Russo ’76 of East Grand Rapids, Michigan, a […]

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Ripon College Awarded Low Interest Loan from USDA Rural Development for Athletics, Health and Wellness Facilities

Ripon College announced today that it is the recipient of a $14,300,000, fixed-rate low interest loan from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Rural Development […]

Newly established fund helps student doing summer research

While they were students at Ripon College, both Mark Franzen ’83 and Janice Heinz Franzen ’83 conducted research and found the experience to be positive. […]

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Biology field study opportunities benefit from Marshall’s experience

A student experience at the former Associated Colleges of the Midwest Wilderness Field Station in northern Minnesota revealed a whole new world to Lorilei “Lori” […]

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Alumni give $1 million gift to Ripon College to promote study abroad

Ripon College has announced that Thomas ’72 and Suellen “Sudy” Reigle Altholz ’73 will give $1 million to Ripon College to promote study abroad experiences […]