High School Students
Criminal Justice Camp 2016
Dig for answers...uncover the truth...discover your future!
Meet criminal justice experts and hear about their roles in solving crime. Learn about career opportunities with local, state and federal agencies. Examine criminal justice topics such as criminal evidence, crime scene investigation, trace evidence and criminal prosecution.
Dreaming of a career in criminal justice? Read about Criminal Justice Camp 2015
Sunday July 24 through Friday July 29, 2016
• Investigate a mock crime scene
• Try your hand at DNA testing
• Take part in a mock trial
• Tour the state police museum
• Talk to police, investigators, judges and criminal prosecutors
• Other activities include a self-defense workshop and laser tag
$995 residential option, $795 commuter option
For more information, call 609-896-5033 or email email@example.com
Check out the Camp Preparation page for information on what to bring to camp, directions to Rider University, camp forms, and campus policies.
Voice, Choral, Music Theatre, Organ, Piano, Music Theory, and Composition Camps
Each summer middle and high school students from across the nation come to Westminster for an extraordinary learning experience. Working with Westminster’s renowned artist faculty, they strengthen their passion for music, develop their technique and expand their creativity in an atmosphere of artistic and intellectual discovery. Our programs offer residential and non-residential options. For more information or to register visit rider.edu/summercamps
Academic Programs for High School Students at Rider University
Do you want to jump-start your college career this summer? At the Lawrenceville Campus, academically talented high school students entering 11th and 12th grade may select Rider University courses and earn college credit! You may choose 3-Week or 6-Week courses during the Summer Session II. We offer a wide array of classes – at half the regular tuition cost. To get started on your dreams this summer, complete a Gifted and Talented Program application.