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ASHE Enrichment

Stay up to date with everything happening in the ASHE Elite program

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The College Access Program (CAP) with Rider University Multicultural Student Leadership Institute offers students in middle through high school opportunities to spend time on Rider University’s campus with CID students (Center for Diversity & Inclusion Team Members) to prepare them for a future at a college/university. Through once a month visits the students will attend college like seminars, and college preparation workshops! CAP will help prepare ASHE participants to get to college and be ready for the college experience.

Some of the events include attending chaperoned Division 1 basketball games, attending plays/productions, hearing from Rider Professors; and spending time with Rider students to discuss essay writing, college applications, SAT/ACTs, majors etc. Food is provided.

We are working to expand the program to host one on one tutoring with the Rider PALS for our ASHE participants.

To register for Rider University CAP, click here.

To view the Rider CAP Flyer, click here.

Contact Chris Liverman,, for more information.


The Princeton Mentoring Program matches up a Princeton student with an Ashe student. Through the mentorship, our Ashe students receive assistance with selecting a college/university, deciding on a major, SAT/ACT test prep, admissions essay prep. It’s catered to what the student needs to submit applications to the schools of their choice.

Contact Chris Liverman,, for more information.

Lawrenceville Prep School LEAP Program is a writing program for middle school students that is designed to help them write essays and prepare them for possibly writing application essays for prep school.

To register for LEAP, click here.

Contact Chris Liverman,, for more information.


Bloomberg Coding Program. 

Provided by Bloomberg's Corporate Philanthropy & Engagement department, this on-line coding program is taught by Bloomberg financial tech engineers. For 4th through 12 graders, this virtual program meets weekly via Zoom.  Students will have fun learning skills in coding, computer programming, and website design.  Classes take place May 11 to June 29, 2023 on Thursdays: 4:30pm to 6:00pm.

For sign-up contact Chris Liverman,

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