A lifelong connection
When you graduate, your relationship with your alma mater is just the beginning. As you embark on a lifelong connection, you are invited to participate in alumni-specific events and benefits, networking and business opportunities, volunteer engagement programs, continuing education, travel and much more.
ANNOUNCING THE 2017 TRAVEL WITH THE PRESIDENT TRIP ... TO SPAIN!
Barcelona, Catalonia countryside, Mallorca and a day trip to Montserrat
July 22 - August 1
Cost $4,200 - $4,500 per person (single supplement will be higher).
Details to come.
Past alumni travel trips have included: a private tour of England and Scotland. A tour of the Scandinavian capitals: Reykjavik, Iceland; Copenhagen, Denmark; Oslo, Norway; Stockholm, Sweden. A tour of the Russian capitals: Moscow and St. Petersburg. A tour of South Africa, including Cape Town, Robben Island, Pilanesberg Game Reserve and Victoria Falls. A rafting trip on the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon.
The 2016 Rider Alumni Awards Have Been Presented
The following members of the Rider University alumni community were presented with the prestigious Alumni Awards:
The Harold L. Conover Leadership Award
Melda L. Grant ’96
The Gordon E. Prichard ’63 Award for Volunteer Service
Kevin W. Doran ’78
Nicholas D. Stephan ’78
Outstanding Young Alumnus/a Award
Allyson Watson ’10
The awards were presented at The Rider Alumni Awards Ceremony during Rider Reunions on June 11, 2016.
For questions, please contact the Office of Alumni Relations at [email protected] or by phone at 609.896.5340.
Return to campus at any time to see what's changed and reminisce about your time on campus. In the spring, make a plan to connect with your friends at Rider or Westminster reunions; these annual gatherings are fun, affordable and give you the chance to see the faces and places you miss.
Alumni are also entitled access to the gym at the Student Rec Center and sports fans under the age of 13 can take part in Jr. Broncs Club. Both privileges offer you ways to meet up with friends on campus or at sporting events.
Host an event in your city, join an existing regional or affinity club or create your own, volunteer to talk with students about your professional experience, join an existing board or council–learn more about the numerous engagement opportunities available in your area.
Let's Organize a Reunion (PDF)
Connect electronically via our vibrant and exclusive LinkedIn University, learn about other successful fellow alumni on our Outcomes website, and be sure to make plans to connect with friends at reunions and events, including our Career Fairs, sporting events, alumni and student networking get-togethers, panels and many other chances to see old friends and make new ones.
Take advantage of Rider's Office of Career Services' individual career training, job search and research tools, mock interview training sessions and other career-related assistance. You can also connect with current students to provide mentorship and guidance in your area of professional expertise. Let Rider help you get to the next step in your career.
Continue your education by auditing an undergraduate course during any semester through the College of Continuing Studies. You can also expand your mind by checking out books at the Moore or Talbott Library using your Alumni Card.
Gifts in any size make a difference in the lives of our students. Consider making a gift to support our commitment to high quality education student centered learning, positive outcomes and affordability.
Being part of the alumni community gives you access to numerous discounts and programs that help you save money and attract customers to your business.
- The Alumni Marketplace
- Discounts on Dell computers via the Rider University Store
- Reduced rates for Broadway shows and Land's End merchandise
- 20% discount on merchandise purchased at the University bookstore along with coupons and your Alumni card.
- Savings on auto and homeowner's insurance through Liberty Mutual Savings
- Benefits for veterans