When you graduate, your relationship with your alma mater is just the beginning. As you embark on a lifelong connection, you are invited to participate in alumni-specific events and benefits, networking and business opportunities, volunteer engagement programs, continuing education, travel and much more. Learn more about how you can stay connected to your alma mater.
Join our online community
The RiderConnect platform allows alumni, students, parents, faculty, staff and others committed to Rider's success to network professionally and socially in a dynamic online community. Search the alumni directory, post and search for job opportunities, view events, share advice and gain fresh perspectives. We recommend using your LinkedIn credentials to sign in.
Share Your Accomplishments!
Send class notes about your achievements and accomplishments to [email protected]
Alumni leadership and volunteer opportunities
Getting involved with your alma mater is one of the best ways to give back, keep in touch with friends and faculty and hone professional skills. Rider University offers a variety of leadership and volunteer opportunities to do just that.
Contact our office at 609-896-5340 or [email protected] for information on how you can volunteer for Homecoming or to plan a reunion event, serve as a member of the Alumni Board of Directors, or become involved as a regional volunteer.
The Alumni Board of Directors has committees responsible for fundraising, student and alumni engagement, awards and more.
As a member of BOLD, Broncs of the Last Decade, you will find special opportunities to stay connected and engaged with Rider. You play a vital role in the success, growth and future of University.
We currently have several regional chapters established with plans to expand into other areas. There are more than 25,000 Rider alumni living within a 50-mile radius of our campus in addition to clusters of alumni throughout the world.
We know that in many cases, Rider alumni feel a stronger kinship today with friends from their respective clubs, residence halls or majors than with their actual graduating class. For this reason, we have developed events and programs associated with these affinities
Alumni can participate in regional engagement in California, Chicago, Dallas/Fort Worth, TX, Florida, New York, Washington, D.C., and Philadelphia regions.
Contact the Office of Alumni Relations to discuss starting a regional or affinity network.