We know how vital school counselors are in supporting students during the college admissions process. That’s why we’re here to assist you and welcome the opportunity to work with you as partners to ensure you have all the tools you need to help guide your students who are interested in attending Rider.
Here you’ll find important information on our academic programs, application process, deadlines, financial aid and scholarships, and other counselor specific information.
To Know Us Is To Love Us
Show your students what we’re all about. Explore our resources below to get familiar with Rider and discover what makes us so unique. Learn more about our campus, academic programs, generous financial aid and scholarship packages, athletics, student activities, and more.
We're Here for You
The Rider community is here to support you. Hear from Dr. Aubrey Daniels, Ph.D., LPC, Assistant Professor of Graduate Education, Leadership, and Counseling on encouraging mindfulness for you and your students during the school year.
We’re making a life-changing Rider education more accessible and more valuable for new undergraduate students than ever with a 22% reduction of annual undergraduate tuition starting in fall 2021, as well as robust support for career preparation and academic success.
Diversity and Inclusion
Rider is committed to fostering an inclusive, vibrant living and learning community that embraces students of all backgrounds and enables them to achieve success.
Rider is doubling down on the experiences most likely to lead to students’ career success with new opportunities for internships, fieldwork and co-ops. These changes are designed to bolster Rider’s already strong record of preparing students for successful careers.
Have questions or want to connect with us? We’re happy to help! Contact your admissions representative.
Virtual Workshops and Custom Events
How can the Office of Admissions help you and your students with college planning this spring? Email [email protected] to explore opportunities for virtual workshops, professional development and seminars hosted by your admissions representative.