Accepted Students

 

 

 

tumblr2017

 

Questions?

Office of Admission
800-947-4766
adminfo@ripon.edu

Dates to Remember

April 26
Last day to sit in on a class!

May 1
National Deposit Day

Throughout June
Entrance Counseling

June 23-26
Summer Orientation

Mid-July
Roommate Letters Mailed

August 23
New Student Move-In Day
(may vary for Fall athletes)

Admission | Accepted

Accepted Students

Welcome to the Red Hawk family!
Here are a few things to think about as you prepare for your first year at Ripon College:


Ready to become a Red Hawk?

rcheartmewebSecure your spot in the Ripon College Class of 2018 by mailing your $200 deposit check (payable to Ripon College) to the Admission Office or online by clicking: here

(Please contact the Office of Admission if you need assistance.)

Ripon College
Office of Admission
300 W. Seward St.
Ripon, Wisconsin 54971

Please also fill out the following if you have not done so already:

  • Educational Planning Form (Due June 9)
  • Foreign Language Placement Test (Due June 9)
  • Summer Orientation Registration Form (Due June 9)
  • Housing Application (Due July 1)
  • Health Services Form (Due August 1)

  • Attend Summer Orientation

    Students sitting on grassConcerned about making new friends at college? No worries. By the time you’re through Ripon’s orientation sessions, you’ll have a roomful. Summer orientation sessions are held in June for first-time students and transfers.

    During summer orientation you can meet your academic adviser, plan your course schedule and be introduced to some of your new classmates.

    Learn more here!


    Get Ready!

    Chelsea Sorbo ’13 talks about her time as a student at Ripon and recalls her transition from high school to college.


    Get Ready for Move-In Day!

    Bed Linens program Support the Red Hawk athletic fundraiser by checking out some great linen options:

     

     

     

    Follow Ripon College on Pinterest for some great residence hall ideas!

    And, of course, for more information, such as dorm room dimensions, visit the Residence Life webpage


    File the FAFSA

    FAFSAFinancial aid can come from federal, state, institutional and private sources. It can be in the form of gift aid (scholarships and grants) or self-help (student employment and low-interest loans).

    We determine each student’s financial aid individually, and you may receive a combination of types of aid depending upon your eligibility. Ripon College awards financial aid using information from the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

    This form is available online, from your high school guidance counselor or from the Office of Financial Aid. If you haven’t filed the FAFSA yet, visit www.FAFSA.ed.gov. The Ripon College FAFSA code is 003884.