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Ripon College has partnered with Apogee TV to provide students living in the residence halls with two new services for watching television content in true HD quality: 

  1. HD Cable TV - watch content on your television (connect to wall jack w/coax cable).
  1. Stream2 - watch content on mobile devices (iPads, iPods, Android devices, and laptops)

Directions for Setting up Your Television:

FIRST - Make sure your television will work with digital cable (requires a QAM tuner) - Click here for more information regarding QAM tuners and determine if your television has one. 

Then follow one of the following methods for connecting your television to the wall jack with a coax cable:

Method 1: Internal QAM tuner

  1. Connect one end of the coax cable into the wall jack and the other end to the TV.
  2. Set the TV to CABLE or CATV - this setting is normally located in the menu or set-up option, however it varies depending on the TV make and model.
  3. Run a channel scan - this setting is normally located in the menu or set-up option, however it varies depending on the TV make and model.

Method 2: External QAM tuner 

  1. Connect one end of the coax cable into the wall jack and the other end into the external QAM tuner.
  2. Connect the external QAM tuner to the TV.
  3. Set the TV to CABLE or CATV - this setting is normally located in the menu or set-up option, however it varies depending on the TV make and model.
  4. Run a channel scan - this setting is normally located in the menu or set-up option, however it varies depending on the TV make and model.

For further assistance, contact Apogee’s 24-hour support center:

  • Call:  855-465-6746
  • Text:  “MyStream2” to 84700
  • Chat:  MyCampusVideo.com/support

 

Ripon College Student Resources
Release and Waiver of Liability (.pdf, 55K)

This is a copy of the Release, Waiver of Liability, and Indemnification Agreement that each student signed at the beginning of the academic year. Please read through and keep a copy for your records. If you have any questions contact the Dean of Students office at 920-748-8111.

Cable Line Up (.pdf, 27K)

Apogee's channel line up for Ripon College. 

Transportation Information (.pdf, 135K)

Enclosed you will find information about transportation to and from campus provided by the Student Activities Office for a nominal charge.

Please direct any questions to the Student Activities Office at 920-748-8112.

Student Handbook Link (.pdf, 26K)

Please use this link to access the Ripon College Student Handbook.

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Student Documents
Loft Assembly Instructions (.pdf, 220K)
Need help assembling your campus loft? An additional set of loft assembly instructions may be downloaded here.
Things to Bring (.pdf, 91K)

To help you prepare for life on campus, Residence Life has compiled this list of helpful things you may want to bring for your room.

Severe Weather Information (.pdf, 15K)
Please see the attached for information about what to do in the event there is inclement weather on campus. Included in this document are "safe zones" in each building on campus in the event there is a tornado on or around campus.
Fire Safety and Evacuation Zones (.pdf, 46K)
Open this document to see where your safety zone is in the event of a Fire on campus in the residence halls. Please remember you need to dial 9-911 from an on campus phone to access emergency personnel. 920-748-8703 will connect you with Campus Security and Residence Life staff each evening.
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If you are interested in having your bed bunked in your residence hall room for Fall 2017, click below and a request will be sent to the Residence Life Office.
 
If we receive your request before August 7, efforts will be made to have your beds bunked before you arrive to campus.
 
There are a limited number of bunking kits, they will be distributed on a first come, first serve basis. There is no additional charge for bunked beds.
     
My Email Address is:

 

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Campus Crime Statistics (.pdf, 19K)

Click the link: Campus Crime Statistics above to read the entire report. 

All members of campus are asked to abide by accepted behavior standards and to encourage acceptable behavior among their peers. Ripon College is a participating member of Drug-Free Schools and Communities. Please see the Student Handbook for more information on Ripon’s code of conduct and other policies.

The Campus Safety Officer is designated and authorized by the College to maintain the safety and security of College surroundings. All community members are urged to report crimes in progress, other criminal activity and suspicious behavior so that investigation and remedial activities can occur in a timely manner. Community members may report emergencies directly to the City of Ripon public safety agencies by using 911 or can report emergencies through the campus emergency extension 8703. It is at the discretion of the caller which number to use. Witnesses of crimes in progress may call 911 to access City Police; 911 also may be used to request an ambulance or the local fire department. Calls reporting incidents or situations not appropriate for public safety but rather campus security or Physical Plant issues would be made through the emergency 8703 extension.

Crimes may be reported at the following offices:
These calls may not necessarily remain confidential.

  • Campus Safety Office: 748-8164
  • Dean of Students Office: 748-8111
  • Residence Life Office: 748-8186
  • Ripon Police Department: 748-2888

Crimes also may be reported to Residence Life staff. These reports may not remain confidential.

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Laundry
Laundry Report Form (.pdf, 39K)
Sometimes mishaps happen with the DCT computers that are in the laundry rooms, just like any other computer they need a reboot every once in a while. My staff checks on the machines each week to be sure that things are running smooth, but sometimes we miss things. 
 
Here is a Laundry Report Form that we have created a couple years ago so that you can report what trouble you are having. When a machines needs mechanical repairs we forward those concerns to your Hall Directors so those items can be reported and we encourage you to do the same. If it is a problem were you get errors that say things like, "Bad Account" then that is something my team can fix. 
 
 
Meal Plan Options and Selection

 

 

Dean Ogle's July 2017 Email to Students (.pdf, 171K)

Meal Plan Selection Form

The four meal plans:  

Open Access + 50 meal points:
The Commons Dining is now open from breakfast through dinner  we don’t close down!  You may dine with us as many times as you wish throughout the day. Want breakfast, then a snack to get you through your morning, followed by lunch, a mid-day snack and then dinner? You can. It’s dining your way on your schedule. Due to the continuous dining opportunity, your plan is limited to your use only and does not extend to the carryout container option.  Open access also includes 50 meal plan points to use however you wish in The Spot, We Proudly Serve Starbucks, Simply to Go, and the Willmore Micro Market, as well as on your guests.

Block 220 + 150 meal plan points:
You have 220 meals per semester to spend on yourself in The Commons, as well as 150 meal plan points to use however you wish in The Spot, We Proudly Serve Starbucks, Simply to Go, and the Willmore Micro Market, as well as on your guests. 

Block 150 + 450 meal plan points:
You have 150 meals per semester to spend on yourself in The Commons, as well as 450 meal plan points to use however you wish in The Spot, We Proudly Serve Starbucks, Simply to Go, and the Willmore Micro Market, as well as on your guests. 

Block 90 + 1000 meal plan points:
You have 90 meals per semester to spend on yourself in The Commons, as well as 1000 meal plan points to use however you wish in The Spot, We Proudly Serve Starbucks, Simply to Go, and the Willmore Micro Market, as well as on your guests.  

One Card Documents

Add Rally Dollars or check your One Card balances hererallydollars.ripon.edu

FAQs about One Card (.pdf, 874K)
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Anti Bias Protocol- Report Form

This form is NOT intended for in-progress incidents, if you are involved in or witnessing a bias or hate incident right now please call the Ripon Police Department at 911 (9-911 from an on campus phone) or a member of the Residence Life/Security staff after 8pm each night at 920-748-8703.

If you have witnessed or experienced an incident of bias or intolerance that has occurred within the Ripon community, please use the form below to report the incident, including as much information as possible. Once submitted the Incident Response Team will review it and contact the appropriate parties. Anyone with knowledge of a bias incident on campus may report the incident using the bias incident reporting form. That includes faculty, staff, students, as well as parents, alumni and guests to campus. It doesn't matter if you don't know who did it. We want you to report it!

All fields on this form must be completed. Information obtained through these reports will assist Ripon College in responding to and tracking incidents of bias and intolerance. If you prefer to report an incident in person, please contact one of the members of the Incident Response Team:

Kyonna Henry 920-748-8190 Office: Bartlett G2
Jessica Joanis 920-74-8164 Office: Harwood Union 104
Michele Wittler 920-748-8119 Office: Bartlett 105
Marc Eaton 920-748-8375 Office: Bartlett 305
Mark Nicklaus 920-748-8186 Office: Barlett 103

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Anti Bias Protocol Handout (.pdf, 378K)
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Resources
LGBTQIA+ Resource Page
The Center for Diversity and Inclusion and the Q.S.A. are proud to present the Ripon College LGBTQIA+ Resource Page. Many students have expressed a desire for more information about LGBTQIA+ issues and a centralized location in which they can get answers to their questions or support for their struggles. The Resource Page is intended for both LGBTQIA+ students as well as allies and educators; whether you’re just beginning to learn about LGBTQIA+ issues or have long been involved in the LGBTQIA+ community, this page is for you!
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