Campus News

December 23, 2015

Top 10 Media Mentions in 2015

Scripps College generates close to 5,000 media stories a year about its faculty, students, and alumnae. These are just 10 of the breakthrough stories that garnered significant Internet, social media, or traditional media fame for Scripps in 2015.

December 18, 2015

Kiplinger’s Personal Finance Ranks Scripps College among Top 100 Best Values in Liberal Arts Colleges for 2016

Scripps College has been named #34 among the top 100 best values in liberal arts colleges in the US by Kiplinger’s Personal Finance for 2016.

December 11, 2015 Highlights Scripps College as One of the World’s Most Beautiful Schools’s Culture column highlights Scripps College among one of the world’s most beautiful schools, not a ranking as per the customary statistical sorting kind, but a paean by author Jonathan Glancey to the planet’s “most delightful places of learning” distinguished by their respective natural beauty, imaginative architecture, and inspired settings.

December 11, 2015

WalletHub Publishes Student Advice from Scripps College Financial Aid Director

WalletHub, a social media company that allows people to search for and compare financial products and other personal lifestyle decisions, features the advice that Scripps College’s Patrick Moore, director of financial aid, gives to college students about how to manage their financial health while in college. For example, a student loan–when used correctly and managed properly–can […]

November 20, 2015 Ranks Scripps College as #2 Best College Food in California's 2016 Best College Food ranking is based on meal plan costs and student reviews.

September 16, 2015

Huffington Post reports Scripps College meets 100 percent of students’ demonstrated financial need

Scripps College is mentioned in a Huffington Post article that lists the few dozen colleges and universities in the U.S. that help families afford the rising costs of a four-year undergraduate education by meeting 100 percent of demonstrated financial need. That means these schools use a combination of loans, scholarships, grants and work-study to fill […]