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The Bronc, WRRC 107.7 FM, plays the biggest hits and best variety from New York to Philadelphia.
Supervises and coordinates academic and student support activities of the University.
Shows orientation dates, new student testing dates, scheduling dates, class start dates, add/drop deadlines, exam dates and more.
Current and archived versions of Rider University’s academic catalogs.
Includes 60 undergraduate and 24 graduate programs in business administration, liberal arts, sciences, education, music, and the fine and performing arts.
Academic support services include the registrar, career services, a student success center, services for students with disabilities, a math skills lab and reading courses.
Provides information and guidance about the application process to prospective students and their families, as well as general information about Rider University.
Maintains gift and demographic data for over 130,000 alumni, donor and corporate records and maintain the system and data integrity of a centralized database.
Houses offices for the athletics administration, provides information about sports and teams, and is used for varsity athletics and a wide variety of non-athletic events.
Cultivates relationships between Rider University and its alumni and friends by sponsoring events and creating connections.
Raises contributions for both The Rider and The Westminster funds to supplement tuition and endowment revenue.
Meal plans for residents and commuters, menus, locations, hours, catering and more.
Presents high-quality exhibitions, lectures and programs that offer the University and the surrounding community insights into the visual arts.
Official home of Rider University athletics. Visit gobroncs.com
Schedules the use of campus facilities and provides a wide array of event and conference services, such as event planning and management, equipment rentals, in-house catering, and full-service technical support.
Rider University Store sells textbooks and a wide variety of supplies and services. Westminster Music and Books sells all required music and textbooks, CDs, and general supplies and services.
Tickets for performances and events can be ordered and picked up at the box office.
A faculty-development program based on the principles of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning that engages small multi-disciplinary cohorts in year-long projects.
Processes purchase orders and maintains the University budget.
Manages student account services, which include processing of payments and refunds, explaining University charges, and providing information about third party payment plans.
Auxiliary Services helps plan and coordinate camps, conferences, meetings and events on campus.
Responsible for activities, student event management, community service, the recreation program, club sports, intramural sports, student governance, and student clubs and organizations on the Lawrenceville campus.
Inter-faith activities are sponsored jointly by the Board of Chaplains, which represents various denominations.
Provides access to online coursework.
Provides resume assistance, interview preparation, job search/postings, networking, career fairs, graduate school preparation, alumni services, employer partnerships and more.
Provides a host of secure payment methods and other financial services to members of the University community.
A Center of Excellence in the College of Business Administration, the Center for Business Forensics provides multidisciplinary instruction and professional development programs to prepare students for careers with corporate, law enforcement and government organizations.
Fosters student-teacher collaboration, incorporates student life experiences in the learning process, and adapts instruction to accommodate individual learning styles.
A Center of Excellence in the College of Business Administration, The Center for the Development of Leadership Skills provides training that produces innovative leaders and confident professionals.
To help students discover and nurture their entrepreneurial potential for the creation of new ventures and the enhancement of their entrepreneurial spirit.
A Center of Excellence in the College of Business Administration, the Center for International Business provides students with the resources they need to effectively engage in the global economy.
The Center for International Education is the University’s “gateway” to a world of opportunities for academic, professional and personal growth in the 21st century.
Part of the School of Education, the Center for Reading and Writing provides individualized instruction to children aged 6 through 16 to help them improve their reading and writing skills.
At the undergraduate level, offers 13 major fields of study leading to the degree of Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. Graduate students are offered Master of Accountancy, Master of Business Administration and Executive M.B.A. programs.
Offers non-traditional adult students courses, certificates and degree programs that are designed to help them continue their education while balancing work and family responsibilities.
Offers 28 undergraduate fields of study that lead to a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree in Liberal Arts, Education or Sciences.
Offers reprographic services to the campus community. Collegiate is also the place to order stationery, request copier servicing, obtain graphic design assistance and more.
Information related to Commencement on the Lawrenceville and Princeton Campuses.
Auxiliary Services helps plan and coordinate camps, conferences, meetings and events on campus.
Manages the University's budgeting, accounting and financial reporting. Functions include tax compliance, grants accounting, and assisting campus departments in analyzing their financial performance.
Home to The Bronc swimming and diving program.
Partners with corporations, foundations and other private entities to enhance educational opportunities for students and academic opportunities for faculty.
Meal plans for residents and commuters, menus, locations, hours, catering and more.
Direct deposit is a benefit that is available to anyone (administrators, faculty, support staff, and students) that works for Rider University, including those in an off campus position.
Handles payroll, direct deposit, purchasing and check requests, expenses, overtime, IRS forms, time reporting codes, and staff information.
Allows printing of documents from any computer on the Rider University network to a variety of convenient on-campus locations.
A state-sponsored academic support program with financial aid assistance that helps low-income New Jersey residents attend college.
Includes University offices that provide services aimed at student recruitment and retention; coordinates these activities within the academic colleges and departments.
Helps organizations invest in employees through customized professional development seminars and a variety of other consulting services. EXCEED learning opportunities use a group approach to maximize interaction among participants and to maintain a sense of teamwork and cohesiveness.
Provides maintenance, repair and construction/renovation of campus facilities, landscaping, electrical and plumbing work, pest control and more.
Submission, viewing and management of work order requests related to repairs, maintenance or furniture/material handling.
Oversees University financial operations, facilities management and auxiliary services, as well as human resources and information technology services. Also conducts the University's legal, investment, risk management and insurance activities.
Information related to student financial assistance, including scholarships, grants, loans, student employment, and federal and state aid programs.
Provides grant writing resources, funding opportunities and university policies to Rider faculty and administration.
Comprehensive list of all policies and handbooks.
Employment opportunities, benefits, policies, forms and an employee handbook.
Auxiliary Services helps plan and coordinate camps, conferences, meetings and events on campus.
Students, you will have the opportunity to meet and get to know your classmates, learn about the campus and available resources, meet with faculty and administrators and receive your course schedules. Family members, we also have an orientation designed specifically for you with information on how you can support your student along with some of the "nuts and bolts" that you're interested to know.
Employment is available throughout the area at local businesses.
Supports the overall mission of the University by fostering a commitment to social and ethical responsibility.
Unity + Diversity = University
Rider One Stop is a convenient way for students to find an answer to a question or problem regarding registration, financial aid, student employment, tuition, billing and payments, grades and transcripts, or graduation.
Rider is pleased to offer more than 2,000 overnight accommodations to conferences and camps mid-May through August. Rider’s accommodations range from standard double rooms with shared bathrooms in the hallways to four person apartments with private bedrooms, kitchens, and en-suite bathrooms.
Handles payroll, direct deposit, purchasing and check requests, expenses, overtime, IRS forms, time reporting codes, and staff information.
The President is the chief executive and administrative officer of the University, elected by the Board of Trustees, and responsible for coordinating all aspects of the institution's operations.
Welcome to Orientation at Westminster Welcome to Westminster Choir College and thanks for visiting the Orientation site! We are excited that you will be coming very soon and look forward to seeing you on campus. Orientation is a time when you will familiarize yourself with various aspects of college life. There will be academic components, along with many chances to socialize with your new class! Westminster really is a special place where you can grow both musically and personally, and Orientation sets you on that path.
Responsible for the safety and well-being of the campus community.
What you should know about purchasing of supplies, payments to vendors and check requests.
The Rebovich Institute for New Jersey Politics is dedicated to public service and scholarly analysis of government, public policy, campaigns and elections in New Jersey.
Responsible for academic records, registration processing, degree and attendance verification, transcripts, grade reporting, veterans services, and maintenance of the student and c
A harm-reduction program which educates the campus community on issues of personal safety and well-being.
Provides programs and services to create a safe and nurturing community that embraces diversity, fosters academic success and promotes student development.
Campus employment information and job postings for students.
The Rider University Student Recreation Center is an adult facility for the recreational use of Rider students, graduate students, faculty, staff, affiliates, alumni, and the community. Membership eligibility is determined by the individual’s primary affiliation with Rider University.
Study Tours by Rider University enters its eighth year with high expectations. With the addition of a trip to Las Vegas to the Los Angeles Program and a Boston-New York Program, the Study Tours program has improved its experiences at all six of its North American destinations. Summer 2012 is shaping up to be another exciting year!
Auxiliary Services helps plan and coordinate camps, conferences, meetings and events on campus.
A resource and networking center that promotes and enhances the teaching mission of Rider University through professional development and support resources for faculty.
Technology services include application and web services, networks and communications, and user support and technology training. Encompasses help desk support, computer purchases, software downloads, audio/visual and television needs, telephone and voice services, and more.
Gathers and disseminates educational material on the Holocaust and explores the ramifications of genocides through conferences, discussion groups and workshops.
Rider University’s official student handbook.
Rider University is dedicated to provide safe & affordable transportation options to all students, faculty, and staff.
Cultivates relationships with internal and external constituencies to increase engagement, enhance institutional stature, and acquire critical resources in support of the University.
Promotes news about Rider University and delivers Rider’s core marketing messages to internal and external constituencies through publications, media relations, photography and electronic communications.
Faculty and staff access to Rider University e-mail accounts.
Student access to Rider University e-mail accounts.
Sells chorus management books and recordings by Westminster’s choirs.
A division of Rider University’s Westminster College of the Arts, Westminster Choir College is a college and graduate school of music located in Princeton N.J. Renowned for its tradition of choral excellence, Westminster has become a center of excellence in solo performance as well.
Rider University’s Westminster College of the Arts educates and trains aspiring performers, artists, teachers, and students with artistic interests to pursue professional, scholarly and lifelong personal opportunities in art, dance, music and theater. The College consists of three divisions: Westminster Choir College, the School of Fine and Performing Arts, and Westminster Conservatory of Music.
A community music school that offers private and group music instruction by superior faculty at six locations, tailoring lessons, workshops and classes to the needs of individual students.
Presents professional development seminars, international study opportunities, and summer workshops for aspiring and professional musicians.