Bronc Buddies lend a hand; Returning students make freshmen move-in easy

By Lisa Henderson

The Bronc Buddy program is a component of Rider’s Orientation Program, during which returning students assist the incoming freshmen with their belongings on move-in day. It’s an opportunity for freshmen to meet and interact with fellow students and provides some relief to the freshmen and their families due to the huge amount of help that they receive from the Bronc Buddies. To get involved next year, visit to view the program’s requirements and print an application, or email Jamil Mosley, Rider’s Area Director at

New students and their families enjoy a barbeque lunch on the campus mall following a long morning of moving in.
Sophomore Ally Coryell, Senior Samantha Mayer, Sophomore Lisa Blanton and Junior Alyssa Paul eat and relax after helping the freshman class.
Freshmen Liz Swain and Jen Lacaillade are excited to be unpacking and settling into their new place of residence, Conover Hall.
Freshman Joe Wisniewski is almost finished setting up his new pad and has even started to decorate with a Dark Side of the Moon Pink Floyd poster.
Senior Bronc Buddy James McNamee lifts a heavy trunk for an appreciative family.
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