|Academic Programs |
|65 undergraduate programs and 26 graduate programs in business administration, education, liberal arts, sciences, fine and performing arts, counseling, and leadership|
|Faculty ||256 full-time faculty|
Student to faculty ratio: 12 to 1
98% of full-time faculty hold a doctorate or the highest degree in their field.
|Academic Distinction |
|U.S. News & World Report ranks Rider in the top tier of northern regional universities offering master’s degrees.|
Princeton Review ranks Rider as "A Best 379 College."
|History ||Founded: 1865; Granted university status: 1994|
Merged with Westminster Choir College: 1992
Number of Alumni: More than 55,000 alumni worldwide
School Colors: Cranberry and White
Mascot: The Bronc
|Location and Campus Facilities ||Two campuses in Lawrenceville and Princeton, N.J.; within easy driving distance of both Philadelphia and New York City|
Forty-three buildings, athletic fields, tennis courts, indoor swimming pool and lake on Rider’s 280-acre Lawrenceville Campus; 13 buildings on Westminster Choir College’s 23-acre campus in Princeton.
Over 20 residence halls equipped with voice, video and data service.
Moore Library is home to more than 425,000 print volumes, 616,000 microforms, access to more than 51,000 periodical titles in a mix of print and electronic formats, and a wide variety of electronic research tools. Talbott Library, on the Princeton campus, supports the music curriculum of Westminster Choir College. The emphasis is on music with holdings of more than 79,000 scores and music-related books, 200 current periodical titles in print, as well as access to over 51,000 periodical titles electronically, approximately 5,500 choral music titles in performance quantities and over 35,000 sound and visual recordings. Special Collections at Talbott Library include achoral music reference collection of over 70,000 titles, D. DeWitt Wasson research collection of organ music, hymnals, 19th Century American choral music, music education materials, and the Westminster Archives.
|Student Life ||Over 4,400 undergraduate and 1,000 graduate students from 41 states, 3 US territories, and 77 countries|
|Honors ||Baccalaureate Honors, Business Honors and Departmental Honors programs|
|Sports ||20 (10 men’s and 10 women’s) National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I teams; member of the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC); active club and intramural sports programs.|