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Ripon’s Physical Plant offers a variety of services, including the scheduling of fleet vehicles, processing of work order requests and providing information about the physical attributes of the College.
The Housekeeping Department provides routine cleaning services in Academic buildings on campus and in public areas of Residence Halls and Residence Houses. Detailed cleaning services, such as carpet extraction cleaning, are provided during break periods.
The Maintenance Department offers a variety of services, such as heating and cooling work, plumbing repairs, furniture repair and general carpentry, electrical-related requests, painting, key/key-card services, and locksmithing services.
The Grounds Department is responsible for setups, snow and ice removal and grounds care activities during our peak growing season. Grounds personnel are also involved in trash removal, package and mail delivery, recycling, vehicle servicing, and general campus cleanup.
Driving Distances to Ripon Collage
Travelling via airplane
Fly to the Outagamie County Airport in Appleton (40 miles away). Connecting flights can be made in Milwaukee, Chicago, Atlanta, Cincinnati or the Twin Cities.
The residential experience is integral to life at Ripon College. Some of your finest teachers will be fellow students, with whom you will form lifelong friendships, learn tolerance of personal differences and develop character and leadership skills.
There are eight residence halls on campus offering a variety of living options. Typically, first-year students are housed together within groups of fewer than 20. First-year students who pledge fraternities and sororities continue to live in their halls until their sophomore year when they move into upper-class living areas.
All first-year men traditionally live in Scott Hall.
First-year women and men can live in Tri-Dorms (Evans, Shaler or Wright Halls) or Johnson Hall. Scott Hall and Tri-Dorms have either traditional double rooms or suites. Johnson Hall has traditional double rooms. Suites consist of two bedrooms, separated by a common area.
Upperclass students, including fraternity members and independent students, reside in the Quad which includes Bovay, Brockway, Mapes and Anderson Halls. Scott and Johnson Halls are still another option for upperclass students. The campus apartments feature bedroom units, each with four bedrooms, kitchen, bathroom and Wifi throughout. Preference for this option is given to groups of seniors and juniors who complete an application that includes a GPA calculation.