Private education at a public school cost
Many students make the mistake of ruling out private college early on in their search process because of perceptions of cost. But did you know that the average student at Ripon College pays $11,761 out-of-pocket, which is about the same or less than the average public school price tag?
How many students receive aid?
We believe that the last thing you need is to pay more than necessary, borrow more than you can handle or pass up a great personalized education because of price. That’s why Ripon College provides financial assistance to 100 percent of its students, including, on average, over $39,000 in scholarships and need-based financial aid for incoming students.
Ripon No. 1 in state for how much graduates earn
The Ripon College net price becomes even more attractive when you consider a few facts. Compared to students from other Wisconsin schools, Ripon graduates are earning the most in mean wages 10 years after graduation. A recent study by Zippia breaks it down.
Not only that, but students waste no time taking courses they don’t need, have direct entry into any program of their choice, can access internships and career development their first day on campus, graduate quicker than any other students in the state of Wisconsin, and enter the job force or graduate school within six months of getting their diploma.
Generous financial aid on your way in, gainful employment on your way out — that’s bang for your buck.