Westminster Choir College Admitted Students
Congratulations on your admission to Westminster Choir College
We're very happy for you. You're in the final stages of the admission process so take a deep breath and let us walk you through the remaining steps. College is one of most important investments you’ll ever make.
And we're committed to seeing you succeed.
One more look?
Designed especially for admitted students, Westminster Choir College hosts student for a day opportunities or schedule a campus tour. You'll get an inside look at our campus, people and programs — and the measurable outcomes of our educational experience.
affording a rider education
Our guide to financial aid will help you and your family navigate the financial aid process over the next four years. An assigned Financial Aid counselor – committed to assisting you with your unqiue circumstances – can help you make an affordable financial plan.
Be sure to file your FAFSA. The priority filing date was March 1, however we are still awarding financial aid so file your FAFSA today.
Make it official
Making your deposit will secure your place in our entering class.
Living at Westminster
If you plan to live on campus, a non-refundable housing deposit is required. Spaces in our residence halls are still available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Students can choose from three residence halls, Dayton, Ithaca or Seabrook. Single-sex floors are available, as well as halls that are co-educational by floor or by suite. Most rooms are designed for two occupants, but some triple rooms are available. Each hall has its own laundry facilities and practice facilities. Most first year students will be placed in Seabrook Hall.
Housing & Residence Life
Get the details on living at Rider from room selection, facilities and roommate preferences.
Requirements for Full-Time Undergraduate and Continuing Studies Students.
Mark your calendar and be prepared for your arrival in the fall. View key dates for admitted students
Join our class of 2019 admitted student group on: Facebook
Orientation & Placement Testing
Our orientation programs are packed with practical information for you and your parents – mixed together with plenty of fun to let you meet your newest friends and classmates. You'll be assigned an orientation date based on your academic major.
Information about placement tests and exemptions is also provided.
If you have not already done so, be sure to arrange to have all final official academic transcripts (including any recently completed academic work) forwarded to the Office of Undergraduate Admission by August 1, 2015, or as soon as available.
Important Westminster Phone Numbers
Academic Support Services: 609-921-7100 x8220
Admission Office: 1-800-962-4647 | 609-921-7100 x8103
Associate Dean of Students: 609-921-7100 x8263
Bursar: 609-921-7100 x8219
Financial Aid: 609-921-7100 x8211
Housing: 609-921-7100 x8264
Orientation: 609-921-7100 x8263
Registrar: 609-921-7100 x8225
PREPARING FOR THE FUTURE
Through our student-centered classes, career preparation and hands-on learning experiences, Rider delivers the resources and support students need to achieve their goals.
Students start taking advantage of Rider’s comprehensive Career Services program in their first year. We help students discover their areas of interest, participate in professional development workshops, and gain practical hands-on experiences through internships, co-ops and field placements.
The ultimate measure of a college education is how well it prepares students for personal and professional success. We invite you to hear the stories of some of our recent graduates. Learn how their Rider experiences — in and out of the classroom — helped them discover their path to success.