Senior Associate Vice President for Student Affairs and Academic Support and Interim Vice President for Development
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 UofSC’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; Sustainability; the Career Center; University Housing; and student affairs communications, information technology and undergraduate ombuds services. 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 served as the university's interim vice president for development from January to August 2022.
She recently has served on the university’s Business Intelligence Council, Future Opportunities Committee, Capital Operations Planning Subcommittee, Advisory Committee for Finance and Budget, Service Unit Allocation Committee, Budget Model Redesign Steering Committee, Tuition and Fees Simplification Steering Committee, First-Year Study Group, Orientation Advisory Committee, and Advising Task Force. She chairs the Compliance Senior Committee for Enterprise Risk Management and has led the university’s implementation of a student success management system, EAB Navigate. During the COVID-19 crisis, Bradley led the Enrollment Future Planning Group team and served on the Systems Operations and Campus Return Committee.
Bradley currently serves as the President and CEO of the Children’s Center at USC, the non-profit childcare center on the UofSC campus. On a national level, Bradley was the recipient of EAB’s Visionary Leadership Award in 2017.
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. She is also a graduate of Harvard University's Institute for Management and Leadership in Education and Crisis Management in Higher Education program.