Student Affairs Deans

Dean Migliorino-Reyes

Jennifer Migliorino-Reyes
Dean, Center for Student Success
Email: [email protected]

Dean Reyes joined Bergen Community College in 2007 as a counselor and advanced to the Director of the Career and Transfer Center. She served as Interim Dean of the Center for Student Success for two years before the permanent appointment of Dean in 2013. Dean Reyes held various other positions in counseling and administration at Fairleigh Dickinson University, Metropolitan campus for 11 years prior to Bergen.

A graduate of Montclair State University with a bachelor’s of arts degree in psychology and women’s studies, Dean Reyes earned a master’s degree in Individual Counseling, Educational Leadership and Human Services also from Montclair State University.

Peter Vida

Peter Stephen Vida
Dean of Enrollment Services
Email: [email protected]

Peter has worked in higher education since 1985. In his role as Associate Dean for Enrollment Services at Hudson County Community College, Peter led the Admissions, Registrar, Testing and Assessment, supported veteran services, led the implementation of Recruiter (CRM) for Admissions, delivered largest consecutive enrollments in that college’s history, and served on the Middle States Periodic Review team.

As Vice President for Enrollment Management, while at Metropolitan College of New York, he reversed the declining new student enrollment by more than 15% and increased retention by 5%.

While at Union County College he served as Assistant Dean of Enrollment Management/Counseling Services and led the enrollment team’s effort to achieve consecutive periods of the highest institutional enrollments to date.

Auto-pilot Flight Controls Systems Specialist for the United States Air Force, Peter has worked at College of Aeronautics, Monroe College, and Borough of Manhattan Community College.

At Bergen Community College, Peter works closely with all areas within Student Affairs, Academic Affairs and more specifically with the Office of Institutional Effectiveness as enrollment becomes an institutional priority.