Supervises and coordinates academic and student support activities of the University.
Rider University’s Alcohol/Drug & Sexual Assault Prevention Education Program (ASAP) promotes, supports, and encourages healthy living behaviors by providing alcohol and other drug education, recovery support as well as engaging and empowering community members to actively participate in creating a campus that is free from sexual and relationship violence.
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.
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.