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Gifted and Talented Program for High School Students

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Academically motivated high school students are welcome to jump-start their college careers. Rider's Gifted and Talented Program is designed to give high school students the opportunity to take college courses and earn college credits while still in high school. ​While attending classes at Rider this summer, students will immerse themselves in the college experience, expand their academic interests, and discover potential future majors, while earning credits toward their degree. 

You may choose 3-Week or 6-Week courses during the Summer Session II.  We offer a wide array of classes – at half the regular tuition cost. To get started on your dreams this summer, please contact 609-896-5033 and learn more about our course offerings for high schoolers. Learn more about how to apply

Jump start your college career this summer! 

Take college courses at Rider and earning college credits while still in high school:

  • Classes for rising juniors and seniors

  • Discover potential future majors
  • A wide array of classes at half the regular cost. Browse the course roster:  
    Summer I
    Summer II
  • Earn up to 6 credits
  • Choose 3 or 6 week classes

Get started

To get started on your dreams this summer, please contact 609-896-5033 and learn more about our course offerings for high schoolers. Then complete a Gifted and Talented Program application

High Schoolers at Rider

Program Description Take any number of college classes on our Lawrenceville campus
Grade Level Rising Juniors and Seniors
College Credit Earned 3 credits per course
up to 6 credits per session
Number of weeks 3 or 6
Session Dates

Summer I begins May 14
Late Start summer begins May 29

Summer II begins July 2
Application Fee No application fee
Tuition $650 per credit hour
Fees $50 Technology fee
Application Requirements Application
High School Transcript
Letter of Recommendation from Guidance Counselor
Application Deadline Rolling admission