Giving Goes a Long Way
When you make a gift to Rider, you’re not just supporting an educational mission, you’re enabling students to pursue their dreams. Your gifts go to scholarships, academic initiatives, renovations and more, and they make life even better for Broncs.
Play a Part in Our Future
Make an enduring contribution by becoming a BOLD young alum, joining the Rider Parent & Family Council, volunteering on campus or attending an event. There are lots of ways to get involved at Rider.
Your Gift, Your Choice
There are so many ways to invest in Rider. We’ll help you find the one that fits you, your interests and your financial needs.
You Can Make a Difference
Whether this is your first gift or one of many, we will help you find ways to give that will suit you best.
Honoring Your Generosity
Your enthusiastic commitment to Rider and its students sets an example and inspires others. We gratefully recognize all who contribute and acknowledge their efforts. You are the foundation of our students’ success.
Get in Touch
The University Advancement office cultivates relationships with internal and external constituencies to increase engagement, enhance institutional stature, and acquire critical resources in support of the University's key strategic objectives.
Every Gift Furthers Rider’s Impact
Bringing It Home
Rider is gaining ground and more than halfway toward transforming Alumni Gym into a modern NCAA Division 1 arena.
Making Room for Discovery
The expansion of Rider’s Science and Technology Center will allow the University to meet the needs of evolving science education.
Helping Broncs in Need
During this challenging time, you can support Rider students impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and help them stay focused on academic success.
All the Latest
Rider raises more than $13 million in annual fundraising
Collective gifts from alumni and friends make an impact for Rider and its students
Rider expands naming opportunities to feature seats and lockers in planned campus arena
Donors can add their name to seats, lockers or a donor wall