Ronald Anthony Milon, Ph.D.
Vice President of Administrative Services
As Vice President of Administrative Services, Dr. Ronald A. Milon is responsible for the organization, administration and planning of all business affairs of the College.
Dr. Milon joined the administrative staff at Bergen in July of 2008 as director of Bergen Community College at the Meadowlands. He also served as interim vice president of Continuing Education and Outreach, where his responsibilities included workforce development and civic engagement. He was acting vice president of administrative services for several months before his permanent appointment.
Dr. Milon has held various administrative positions in institutions of higher education since 1992, including dean of business and technology programs at DeVry Institute of Technology and as dean of DeVry’s Keller Graduate School of Management. He was director of the Business Training Institute, Rochelle Park; director of education at Katharine Gibbs, Piscataway; director and academic dean of Drake School of the Bronx, and served as coordinator of the liberal arts programs at Boricua College, Brooklyn.
In addition to his administrative duties at Bergen, Dr. Milon teaches political science as an adjunct professor. Since earning his bachelor’s of science degree in political science and history from the State University of New York at Brockport in 1987, Dr. Milon has earned three master’s of arts degrees, starting with a master’s in history from the University of Buffalo in 1989, and in political science and in international affairs from the New School of Social Research, both in 1995. He also achieved an ABD (all but dissertation) in political science at the New School and earned a doctorate in adult education from Capella University in 2006.