2022 Schedule of Events
Location: Adler Center Lower Level
Check-In and Registration
Time: 10:00am – 12:00pm
Late registration will be available from 12:00pm-3:00pm on the Bandshell Lawn.
Time: 10:00am – 11:00am
Campus Bookstore Hours
Location: Scott Student Center, 2nd Floor
Pop up shop at the Arch from 10:00am-12:00pm.
Mock Classes and Information Sessions
Time: 10:30am – 11:00am
Location: Various Classrooms Listed Below
- Mock Classes
- Investing for Your Future – Anisfield School of Business
Location: ASB 527
Join Finance professor, Dr. Stephen Larson, in our Global Financial Markets Trading Laboratory for an introduction to retirement planning strategies
- You’ve Got Rhythm – Contemporary Arts
Location: ASB 327
Join music professor Lisa Lutter in an interactive exploration of the power of rhythm. An ever-present part of nature and human experience, rhythm is the most essential element of music. Learn how we perceive, organize, and represent rhythm as a universal language. Instruments provided!
- TBD – Humanities and Global Studies
Location: ASB 225
- Playing to Learn, Learning to Play – Social Science and Human Services
Location: ASB 226
Social worker and play therapist Dr. Martinez will lead the class in a structured group play session, and then discuss the developmental and social emotional benefits of play and how these build a vital foundation for academic achievement. Attend this class not only to learn about the benefis play, but also to have fun.
- Do Math Like an Egyptian – Theoretical and Applied Science
Location: ASB 323
Ancient Egypt was famous for its Pyramids, the Sphinx, hieroglyphics and mummies. Less well known are their achievements in Mathematics. The Rhind papyrus is a textbook from more than 3000 years ago! Dr. Lawrence D’Antonio will discuss some of the math found in this work and the similarity it has to what we teach today.
- Making History: Supporting Your First Generation Student
Location: ASB 221
- Global Roadrunners Unpack Study Abroad Experiences
Location: ASB 136
A diverse panel of returned study/intern/research abroad students will discuss their overseas experiences.
- Taking the Myth Out of Becoming Debt Free – Open to Alumni and Families
Location: ASB 135
Presented by Ramapo Alumnus Anthony Siciliano ’10
How often do you think about money? When you think about Money, what comes to mind? Of all the threats to your financial security, none is more dangerous than DEBT. In this information session, Anthony will share some debt elimination and budgeting concepts that everyone can be utilizing to help turn their wasted money into wealth.
Cultivating Student Leadership: A Conversation with President Jebb and College Constituents
Location: Alumni Lounges, SC 156-158
Join President Jebb and members of the Ramapo community for a conversation on the importance of cultivating leadership in Ramapo’s students and how the College facilitates leadership development. There will be an opportunity for questions from the families in attendance.
Oktoberfest Carnival and Lunch
Time: 12:00pm – 4:00pm
Location: Bandshell Lawn
Included in your registration, enjoy lunch, carnival games, inflatable activities, a caricaturists, pumpkins for decorating, snacks and much more! Co-sponsored by the Student Government Association (SGA).
Peter P. Mercer Learning Commons Open House
Location: Peter P. Mercer Learning Commons
Stop by and explore our newest building on campus including the George T. Potter Library, group study rooms, open study areas, computer stations and printers and more.
Time: 12:00pm, 1:00pm, 2:00pm
Location: Tours Depart from the Bandshell Lawn
First time on campus or has it been a while since you visited? Join us for a campus tour to see all that campus has to offer.
Support Your Roadrunners: Women’s Soccer vs. Rowan University
Location: Athletic Center Turf
Support Your Roadrunners: Men’s and Women’s Swimming vs. Montclair State University
Location: Bradley Center Pool
Location: Friends Hall, SC 219
Students, Families and Alumni come and join us for a few rounds of bingo for a chance to win prizes!
Cost: $5 per person, register in advance on your event registration or pay cash at the door.
Support Your Roadrunners: Women’s Lacrosse Alumni Game
Location: Athletic Center Turf
Dinner (On Your Own)
For those wanting to go off-campus, discounts have been arranged at the following local eateries:
- Mahwah Bar and Grill – 10% Discount ($$)
- Mason Jar – 10% Discount ($$)
- Nonna’s – 10% Discount ($$)
**Just show your student’s Ramapo ID to receive the discount**
Visit https://www.ramapo.edu/sga/student-discount-program/ for a full listing of eateries that are a part of our Roadrunner Advantage Student Discount Program.
Emilio Teubal Trio
Time: 8:00pm-10:00pm (Advanced Purchase Required)
Location: Sharp Theater, Berrie Center
Latin GRAMMY winner Emilio Teubal brings his vibrant jazz ensemble to our stage as we conclude Hispanic/LatinX Heritage Month. A prolific pianist, composer and arranger, Teubal regularly performs in the top jazz clubs around the country. Ticket Pricing *ticket limits apply:
RCNJ Faculty/Staff/Retirees: $20* RCNJ Students: $ 8*
Ticket Pricing: Adults: $28/25/22 Children under 17: $18
Click here to purchase tickets.