If you are interested in the Master of Exercise Science program at Ripon College and have completed your undergraduate/bachelor’s degree, you’re in the right place! If you have recently graduated from high school or are planning to attend Ripon College as an undergraduate, please explore our undergraduate tuition and fees and other resources.
The financial aid office staff is here to help you navigate through the process as your financial aid is determined. To be eligible for financial aid, you must be degree-seeking, have earned your first bachelor’s degree, be enrolled in five or more graduate credit hours each semester and file the FAFSA each year. Please contact us at [email protected] to set up an appointment if you have questions.
Apply for Financial Aid
Filing the 2024-25 FAFSA – Use your FSA ID to file the 2024-25 FAFSA here.
NOTE: For the 2024-25 academic year, there will be a delay in the opening of the FAFSA until late December. Use our Federal School Code: 003884 to choose Ripon College.
Students are encouraged to utilize the unsubsidized federal direct loan eligibility first after applying through the FAFSA as it often has a lower interest rate as well as a grace period. Students who apply are eligible for up to $20,500 per year (based on their prior undergraduate borrowing). Students should complete the FAFSA first. If an additional loan is needed, you should apply for the Graduate PLUS loan here. First-time borrowers will be required to complete Entrance Counseling for Direct PLUS loans.
Graduate Tuition & Fees
|Summer 2024||Fall 2024||Spring 2025||Summer 2025|
(Per credit charge: $925)
|Estimated Living Expenses*|
*Includes budget for food and on-campus housing, which is optional for graduate students
|Books, Course Materials, Supplies and Equipment||$375||$375||$375||$375|
|Graduate Assistant Opportunities||Tuition remission and stipend benefits available|