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.
Presents high-quality exhibitions, lectures and programs that offer the University and the surrounding community insights into the visual arts.
The office of Auxiliary Programs supports the non-academic programs and services responsible for generating business and serving the university community, including Mail Services, Print Services and Transportation.
Lawrenceville and Princeton campuses. 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.
Manages student account services, which include processing of payments and refunds, explaining University charges, and providing information about third party payment plans.
Responsible for activities, student event management, community service, the recreation program, club sports, intramural sports, student governance, and student clubs and organizations.
Responsible for the safety and well-being of the campus community.
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.
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.
Provides maintenance, repair and construction/renovation of campus facilities, landscaping, electrical and plumbing work, pest control and more.
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.
Processes purchase orders and maintains the University budget.
Employment opportunities, benefits, policies, forms and an employee handbook.
Supports the overall mission of the University by fostering a commitment to social and ethical responsibility.
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.
The Office for International Education is the University’s “gateway” to a world of opportunities for academic, professional and personal growth in the 21st century.
The Office of Service & Civic Engagement promotes a strong culture of service at Rider University by providing service experiences for all Rider students, staff, and faculty through a variety of on and off campus opportunities.
Handles payroll, direct deposit, purchasing and check requests, expenses, overtime, IRS forms, time reporting codes, and staff information.
Information Technology project information and contract process requests.
Dedicated to providing the Rider University community with multiple opportunities and activities designed to support health and well-being.
Responsible for academic records, registration processing, degree and attendance verification, transcripts, grade reporting and maintenance of the student and course information system.
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.
Student Involvement houses the areas of Fraternity and Sorority Life, Student Organizations, Commuter Life, and Student Government. We are here to get you connected and to help you get the most out of your Rider experience!
A resource and networking center that promotes and enhances the teaching mission of Rider University through professional development and support resources for faculty.
The “one-stop shop” for connecting students to campus resources and programs that will help in their transition to Rider such as New Student Orientation and more!
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.
Services provided by the Veterans and Military Affairs Coordinators include assisting students in applying for educational benefits for veterans and veterans' dependents, certifying school attendance to the regional VA office, maintaining individual students’ files, and reporting to regional and state VA offices.