Welcome to the Rider University Net Price Calculator.

Rider University is pleased to provide this net price calculator as a guide to assist in early financial planning for college. This calculator will provide a preliminary estimate of federal, state and institutional aid eligibility. It was created to help families gauge what aid the student may be awarded and to make arrangements to cover the cost of attendance. It is intended for U.S. citizens or permanent residents who will be entering as first-year applicants in the fall or for transfer students. The estimated awards are based on the assumption that the student will complete the FAFSA by March 1.

International Students - please refer to the Admission website for information on scholarships and financial aid: http://www.rider.edu/offices-services/finaid/scholarships-grants

Current Students - please contact the Office of Financial Aid for information on scholarships and financing: http://www.rider.edu/finaid

10 The Calculator will take approximately 10 minutes to complete.

To help you complete this process, it would be helpful to have the items listed below.

  • Student and Parent 2011 Income Tax Returns
  • Earnings statements (W2 forms, recent paycheck stubs)
  • Bank statements
  • Investment Account Statements (stocks, bonds, UGMA/UTMA, 529 plans, Coverdell Education Plans, business and farm records)
  • Records of Untaxed Income (child support, contribution to a 401(k) or tax deferred retirement plans)
  • Student merit information
    • Grade point average
    • Standardized test scores, if available (SAT/ACT)

*Future costs and financial aid estimates are subject to change. Results of the calculator are not guaranteed and special circumstances are reviewed by Rider University's Financial Aid Office, if applicable. The accuracy of your estimated awards is based on the information you provide. It is intended for U.S. citizens or permanent residents who will be entering as first-year applicants in the fall or for transfer students. The estimated awards are based on the assumption that the student will complete the FAFSA.

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