The Office of the Vice President of Student Affairs oversees the development and application of policies and procedures that impact the student body in the areas of Enrollment Services, Financial Aid, Student Support Services, and Student Life and Judicial Affairs. The VP of Student Affairs works in collaboration with the student organizations, faculty, staff, and community groups to achieve mutually agreeable goals that benefit all students, chairs the Academic Standing Committee, facilitates the development and implementation of the college’s Strategic Enrollment Management Plan, promotes institution-wide retention and completion initiatives, and collaborates with departments throughout the institution to ensure all students have access to a high quality and affordable education and services.
Mission of Office of Student Affairs
Educate and empower students to become responsible life-long learners within a global society.
Values of Office of Student Affairs
Coordination of all team and sports activities.
Center for Student Success
Career and transfer counseling, and academic advising.
Center for Health, Wellness, and Personal Counseling
First-aid emergency medical response, healthcare maintenance, record keeping of NJ state mandated immunization requirements, confidential personal counseling, mind and body workshops.
Educational Opportunity Fund
Program that provides financial aid, counseling, and academic support services.
Admissions, student records, in-persona and online registration.
Financial Aid Office
Administration of federal and state financial assistance programs. Scholarship programs.
Confidential distribution of food for students and staff undergoing emergency and/or difficult situations.
International Student Center
Students with visas receive academic advising, assistance with admissions and communication between consulates, embassies, and transfer colleges/universities is liaised by the Center.
001 201 689 7601
Judicial hearings based on Student Code of Conduct procedures, mediation services.
Office of Specialized Services
Access and accommodation services for students with disabilities.
Student Affairs Online
Student services through an online format.
Student clubs, organizations, Student Government Association, Student Senate, Diversity and Leadership Weekends, student newspaper.
Veteran and Military Affairs Center
Academic and personal resources for veterans and their beneficiaries.
1-2-3 Connect Program
Title V grant initiative based on providing comprehensive academic support services to students in developmental education.
Bergen Community College
400 Paramus Road
Paramus, NJ 07652