Pursue Your Passion

No matter where you are in your journey as a transfer student, Rider will encourage and guide you as you continue to pursue your passions. Whether you have a plan in mind or are looking to explore new interests, we're here to help you accomplish your wildest dreams.

1 in 4

students is first generation so everyone can feel at home


student-faculty ratio means your professors know your name


of students receive Rider-funded scholarships and financial aid

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Full-Tuition Scholarships

Apply for the prestigious Transfer Trustee Scholarship, a full-tuition scholarship given to our TOP 3 community college graduates who plan to start at Rider in the Fall semester. Rider's Trustee Scholarship provides FULL TUITION for 2 years of full-time study.

Guaranteed Transfer Agreements

Rider is simplifying college transfer through formal partnerships with select community colleges. Do you attend one of these schools? If yes, complete the "Intent to Enroll" form during your first 30 credits to take advantage of this benefit.

Community College Partnerships

  • Brookdale Community College
  • Bucks County Community College
  • County College of Morris
  • Mercer County Community College
  • Middlesex County College
  • Raritan Valley Community College
View Transfer Agreements
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You're In!

Congratulations, admitted students! We can’t wait to go on this wild ride with you. Here’s everything you need to know to start your journey as a Bronc.

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Virtual Tour

Discover all that Rider University has to offer and what it means to be a Bronc. See our vibrant campus from anywhere by taking a 360 immersive tour or exploring our interactive map.

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Coming to Rider was like coming home for me. I found people who constantly cared about me and my well-being…. I'm proud of the impact I've made on Rider as well as the impact it has had on me.
Stephanie Turner ‘19, Accounting Major
Transferred in her Freshman Year; 2019 Senior Class Vice President
Read her story