|69 undergraduate programs and 25 graduate programs in business administration, education, liberal arts, sciences, fine and performing arts, counseling, and leadership
||250 full-time faculty
Student to faculty ratio: 12 to 1
96% of full-time faculty hold a doctorate or the highest degree in their field.
|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 371 College."
||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 includes more than 481,000 volumes; 650,000 microforms, 134 online databases, and an audio-visual collection. Westminster Choir College’s Talbott Library also has extensive music holdings, including 75,000 books, music scores and periodicals, a choral music reference collection of more than 80,000 titles and more than 31,000 sound and video recordings.
||Over 4,700 undergraduate and 1,100 graduate students from 42 states, 3 US territories, and 72 countries
||Baccalaureate Honors, Business Honors and Departmental Honors programs
||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.