Ms. Deborah C. Harte has worked in the field of social work and human services for the past 30 years. Over this time she has developed a lengthy professional resume in the areas of:
Program Development and Implementation, with strong emphasis on Administration;
Social service delivery systems serving a diverse population in private as well as public sectors.
As the Student Life Manager for the Single Stop program at the Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC), Ms. Harte works to help students to address barriers to their education. She is a strong advocate for student services and ensures that students receive the highest quality service possible.
Ms. Harte has a Masters degree from Lincoln University and a Bachelors degree from Hunter College.
Aaron has a background in social work helping individuals and families with their goals. Aaron is responsible for the day to day operations of the department and assists students in overcoming challenges so they can continue attending college. He especially enjoys working with students to solve complex problems that require unique solutions. Before coming to BMCC Aaron worked in the mental health field at Kings County Hospital Center for several years. Aaron is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and holds a Masters in Social Work from Columbia University. Aaron earned his Bachelors of Arts from the University of Iowa where he was a double major in Political Science and Communication Studies.
Samantha, assists students with a wide variety of support and encouragement. She is inspired by the hardworking students at BMCC. Samantha is our SNAP expert and is more than happy in helping students to see if they qualify. Samantha connects students to resources in and out of Borough of Manhattan Community College, and also helps students find stability during any crisis they may be experiencing. She is passionate about helping students reach their goals. She received her Bachelors in Social Work from Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania.
Maxine, is one of the faces that will greet you when you enter the Single Stop Office. She assists students with appointments for health insurance, legal, and financial counseling, along with answering any questions a student may have. Maxine is also the point-person for helping students with the process of applying for the Carroll and Milton Petrie Student Emergency Grant. For Maxine the best part of working in the BMCC Single Stop Office is helping students receive the services they need to remain in school. She has a BS in Human Services from the New York City College of Technology.
BMCC Single Stop Office
199 Chambers Street, S235
New York, NY 10007
Phone (212) 220-8195
Hours of Operation:
8:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.