Film & Media resources
Explore various Film and Media Studies special events, resources and more.
Rider is where your future begins. First-year students are defined as recent high school graduates who are attending college for the first time. There are so many opportunities ahead. Take the first step towards your tomorrow at Rider.
No matter where you began your journey, Rider has the resources you need to continue moving forward. At Rider, transfer students are defined as students who are under the age of 25 and have credits from another college or university.
Rider offers flexible pathways for adult learners aged 25 or over, including veterans and active duty military personnel, that allow you to begin or complete your college degree, prepare for an advanced degree or grow your knowledge for personal enrichment. Non-matriculated or visiting students should apply using the Continuing Education application.
Learn more about the film and media studies mentorship program that aims to help new students excel both academically and socially.
This minor integrates coursework in film aesthetics, American and global film history, and film practice, including courses in screenwriting and filmmaking.
The Alternative Film Club meets weekly on Wednesday evenings starting at 6:15 p.m. in the Fine Arts building. Student participants enjoy the company of other film enthusiasts as they watch and discuss movies of their own selection, while munching on popcorn or pizza.
For more information about the club and meeting locations each semester, please contact Cynthia Lucia at [email protected].