Office of Financial Aid
Ph: (877) 742-9532
Fax: (920) 748-8370
Admission | Annual Cost
Annual costs for 2014-2015
Ripon College consistently has been recognized as a “Best Value” by The Princeton Review, a “Best Buy in College Education” by Barron’s, among the top-tier and best-value colleges by U.S. News & World Report, and among the top 200 private colleges in the nation overall and for value by Forbes magazine.
We take pride in providing our students a significant return on investment.
Ninety-eight percent of our students receive financial aid. That funding comes from many sources: merit-based scholarships, need-based grants, loans, work study, and scholarships from outside organizations to help meet costs. Our students receive, on average, $27,500 in total aid, including an average of $15,400 in Ripon College gift aid alone.
We encourage you to try our Net Price Calculator to learn more about potential financial aid and estimate the net cost of attendance.
First-year students (freshmen and transfer) work with our Director of Financial Aid, David Woodward. Contact him at 920-748-8101 or email@example.com. Continuing student aid applicants should contact financial aid counselor Michelle Hermes at 920-748-8371 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Room (double occupancy)||$4,665|
|TOTAL DIRECT COST||$42,567|
|Books and Supplies*||$750|
|TOTAL INDIRECT COSTS*||$2,350|
|COST OF ATTENDANCE||$44,917|
Breakdown of Financial Aid Awards, 2012-13
The graph below shows the average financial aid awards received by first-year Ripon students who demonstrated need for the 2012-13 academic year based on family income range.