Lawrenceville & Princeton, NJ
Rider University, founded in 1865, is an independent, coeducational, nonsectarian institution of higher learning housed on two campuses — one in Lawrenceville, New Jersey, and one in Princeton, New Jersey. Rider’s enrollment is currently over 4,400 undergraduate and 1,000 graduate students from 41 states, 3 US territories, and 77 countries. The University consists of four academic units — the College of Business Administration; the College of Liberal Arts, Education and Sciences (comprised of the School of Education and School of Liberal Arts and Sciences); the College of Continuing Studies; and the Westminster College of the Arts (comprised of Westminster Choir College and the School of Fine and Performing Arts) — and offers undergraduate programs in 65 areas and graduate programs in 22 specialties.
- Undergraduate Research Symposium Reinforces STEM Pipeline The fourth annual Undergraduate Research Symposium provided students with an opportunity to pursue their research interests and gain valuable skills for interviewing and networking. Read More
- New Jersey Higher Education Recognizes Secretary Rochelle Hendricks Champion of Higher Education Award is presented at the Annual Education Forum Read More
- NJ Independent Colleges Go to Washington for Higher Education New Jersey's college presidents and institutional representatives took advantage of the Advocacy Day on the Hill as part of the National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities annual conference. Read More