Senior Associate Vice President for Student Affairs and Academic Support
Office: Osborne Administration Building, Suite 108
Stacey Bradley manages the division’s $100 million budget, capital planning process and human resources functions for 600 full-time and 1,200 temporary employees. She administers the university’s undergraduate scholarship budget of approximately $100 million and oversees University 101 Programs; the National Resource Center for The First-Year Experience; the Student Success Center; and student affairs communications, information technology and ombuds services.
Bradley recently has served on the university’s Capital Operations Planning Subcommittee, First-Year Study Group, Orientation Advisory Committee, HR Partners Group, Advising Task Force and Data Administration Advisory Committee. She is currently leading the university’s implementation of a predictive analytics advising system, the EAB Student Success Collaborative. Bradley also provides oversight and guidance on operational issues that are elevated to the Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs for resolution.
Bradley was selected for and participated in the university’s Pipeline for Academy Leaders program, an experience designed for academic leaders and administrative executives who are currently serving in — or who have the potential to — hold a high-level position at UofSC in the near future. In addition, Bradley recently completed the Crisis Leadership in Higher Education program at Harvard University's Kennedy School of Executive Education.
A licensed CPA, Bradley earned an MBA from the University of South Carolina’s Moore School of Business and a bachelor’s in accounting from the McIntire School of Commerce at the University of Virginia.