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Best Value School (U.S. News & World Report, 2022)

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your place WHE N YOU A R E A R ID E R B RO N C, you are free to engage,

free to change and free to explore. That might mean studying subjects you’ve loved for years. Or following one interest to the next until you arrive exactly where you were meant to be. There are so many possibilities ahead, and all you have to do is take the first step with us.

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280 Broncs journey from: 34 STATES

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to wander, discover and learn by heart (including a 2.7-acre lake!)

2 U.S. TERRITORIES 54 COUNTRIES

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g r e 1 I N 4 ST U DENTS is first-generation to college, so everyone can feel at home here

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OUR HOME MAY BE IN CENTRAL NEW JERSEY,

but on a grander scale, it’s central to so much more. And despite our proximity to major destinations on the East Coast, Rider still feels like a small-town haven.

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500+ Annual events for the life of the party

150+ Student organizations for the community leader

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16 students in the average Rider class, so your professors will always know your name

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100% of four-year Rider students complete at least two Engaged Learning experiences (in fact, we require it!)

Starting the first semester of sophomore year and engaging in five or six experiences at different school districts, both in person and virtual, was incredible. Other schools don’t have those opportunities. ” Victoria Burd ’22 Secondary education and history major Social studies teacher, Ewing High School 2022 New Jersey Department of Education Distinguished Clinical Intern

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70+ undergraduate programs

AT RID E R, finance majors fall in love with poetry, bio students go

on to get doctorates and musical theatre enthusiasts continue on to Broadway. Because here, majors lead to internships, graduate school, career opportunities and new interests you haven’t even imagined yet.

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Browse Rider’s majors, minors and programs in . . .

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Arts

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Business

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Communication and media

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Education

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Humanities and social sciences

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Science, technology and mathematics

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fifth-year graduate options make it easy to get your master’s

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900+ Rider alums are CEOs, presidents and organizational leaders

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of Rider students are expected to participate in Enriched Career Experiences such as internships, fieldwork and co-ops

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of bachelor’s degree recipients are employed, in graduate school, volunteering or in the military within one year of graduation

Rider students have launched their careers at: »

ABC-TV

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Deloitte

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Ernst & Young

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ExxonMobil

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Johnson & Johnson

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N.J. State Police Forensic Anthropology Lab

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New York Mets

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The Walt Disney Company

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Thomas Jefferson University Hospital

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JP Morgan Chase & Co.

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IF YOU LE A R N ONE T HING AB O U T R I D E R, W E WAN T I T TO BE T HIS: Your goals are within reach. The proof is in our alumni

who use what they’ve learned to make their unique marks on the world. The proof is in our students, who begin here as striving freshmen and depart with newfound confidence and a career game plan. And the proof is in prospective Broncs, like you, who are determined to create a future that feels true to them.

SO COME FIND YOUR FOOT I N G W I T H U S. E XPLOR E WHAT’S OUT T H E R E AN D W H AT’S I N S I D E YOUR OWN WILD, UNSTOP PAB LE S E LF.

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