Publicize Your Event and Track Attendance in BroncNation
BroncNation is the place where students look for events that are taking place across campus. From club meetings, to lectures, to guest speakers or rehearsals, you can always find something interesting going on.
The BroncNation Events page is a great location to publicize your upcoming events. Each posting contains a photo (stock or uploaded by you) and brief information about the event. Click on the photo to open a page that provides more specific details about the event. Students and others can RSVP their attendance here, which can help you be better prepared. And you can tag the event to help first-year students know which of the six Engaged Learning categories your event can fulfill, helping them to earn one point for the New Student Engagement Experience.
Events may be open to all, or you may be specific in who you invite to attend. You may restrict attendance to specific invitees only, such as the members of your class or a club, or you may have open attendance, allowing anyone to come, even off-campus guests.
There are many ways you can benefit by advertising your Event in BroncNation, with the best advantage being that your event attendance will reach so many campus users! Click on the links below to access step-by-step instructions to begin publicizing your event today.
- Create and Submit an Event in BroncNation
- Tracking Student Attendance at Events You Advertise in BroncNation
- Request to feature your event on the main Rider.edu Events calendar
To Learn More
For assistance in using BroncNation to advertise your event, to borrow a swipe card reader, or any problems with the event form, please contact Naquasia Ramsey-Sheppard, Coordinator, Office of Student Life and Community Director, ZTA at [email protected] or 609-896-5000 x7128
For information or assistance with all other BroncNation questions please contact Allie Koury, Coordinator of Student Involvement at [email protected] or 609-896-5000 x7106
For information about the Engaged Learning Program please contact Sandy Ober, Engaged Learning Coordinator at [email protected] or 609-896-5000 x7055