A wonderful place to call home
Housing and Dining
Your life outside the classroom is just as important as your life in it, so we make sure our housing options are comfortable and convenient, and our dining choices keep you fueled and satisfied.
Rider’s First Year Experience (FYE) is designed to ease your transition to college and lay the foundation for your future success. Rider offers layers of support to help you get started on the right path.
Campus Events & Traditions
When you’re part of our community, you’re nothing short of family. And just like any family, we’ve got a long, rich history filled with festivals, inside jokes and good times together.
For the Community Leader
Join one of our 150+ student organizations, or, if you can’t find what you’re looking for, you can start your own.
For the Wellness Enthusiast
We offer comprehensive counseling and health services, because your well being is just as important to us as your academic success.
For the Artist or Audience Member
With 100+ student performances each year, Broncs have plenty of opportunities to make and enjoy art.
For Brothers and Sisters
Our thriving Greek houses inspire 1 in 10 Broncs to join our 13 fraternities or sororities each year.
For the Team Player
Our 30 intramural and club sports teams are the perfect way to try something new or get more involved in a sport you’ve always loved.
Facilities Built for Fitness Fans
We've got a fitness center, basketball, volleyball and tennis courts, an exercise studio, personal trainers, an elevated track, a fully-equipped e-game room and a lot more.
Diversity, equity and inclusion
Through the Division of Justice, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (JDEI), Rider University fosters a vibrant, inclusive and diverse campus community where students, staff and faculty can thrive and reach their full potential. Visit the JDEI page to access resources and get involved.
All the latest
Rider hopes to make ’em laugh during annual film symposium
‘Some Like It Funny: Film Comedy, Past and Present’ will be held on March 1 and 2
New historical marker acknowledges lives touched by slavery in Lawrenceville
The marker is located on Rider’s campus