College is more than spending time in the classroom or lab - it's about the people you meet, the lifelong friends you make, and the activities you choose. Volunteer to read to children at the local homeless shelter. Travel to South Carolina during spring break to build a house. Work for a political campaign during New Hampshire's "first-in-the-nation" primary. Adopt a foreign country and take part in the Model United Nations.
By the time you earn your degree, you'll look back on your four years at Rivier and realize you learned just as much outside the classroom as you did in the classroom.
The Dion Center is the hub of many College events, for both residents and commuter students. Located on a hill overlooking the quad, the Center is your daily stop for checking mail, having lunch, or just meeting friends. Here you'll find Rivier's recently renovated dining hall, the University bookstore, offices for student government and other campus activities, a second floor recreational lounge, and more.