Perks and pluses
You may have left campus, but you’re still part of the family. Audit a class, attend a game or performance, work out in the fitness center or take a book out of the library.
Broncs are better together
Whether you’re far from campus or right in our backyard, the Rider community is here for you. See how you can connect through alumni events, networking and business opportunities, volunteer programs and more.
You're one of us
The Alumni Association welcomes all who have attended the university to continue to be actively involved with the Rider community.
Share your pride
We’re proud to have a place in your story, and there are more stories to be told. You found your footing. Now help new Broncs find theirs.
Alumni travel trips
Travel far and wide with your fellow Rider alumni! We plan small group experiences (no more than 24) for each destination and all itineraries are developed by professional travel companies. Travelers will be joined by Rider's President, Dr. Gregory G. Dell'Omo and his wife, Polly.
One community, many connections
The RiderConnect platform allows alumni, students, parents, faculty, staff and others to network professionally and socially in a dynamic online community. By staying connected with Rider and our network of 60,000-plus alumni, students, faculty and staff - you’ll never feel like you are going at it alone.
All the latest
Rider alumna named Mercer County Teacher of the Year
Yulieth Le ’15 is a teacher in the Lawrence Township Public School District
Rider alumna wins Sports Emmy Award one year after graduation
Kaylee Ettinger ’22 recognized for Outstanding Technical Team Studio achievement at FOX Sports
Broncs for life
Your Bronc journey began at orientation, but it will continue for a lifetime. The Office of Alumni Relations can help you blaze new trails and maintain connections.
Let us know what virtual engagement programming you would like to see from us. If you have any ideas for lectures, networking, webinars, speaker panels, Q&As with Rider alumni experts, faculty or staff or even virtual celebrations of Rider traditions - we want to hear from you! Send us your ideas.