Nicole Eversley Bradwell has spent nearly 25 years working in admission at the college, serving as director of admission since May of 2016. She has a record of student-centered leadership and has engaged in extensive undergraduate and international student recruitment, directed teams and countless projects, and actively participates in campus-wide committees, including the President’s Advisory Council on Innovation, the Council on Diversity and Inclusion, and co-chaired the Ithaca College Middle States Self-Study Design & Delivery of Student Learning Experience Committee. She has served as an active mentor for the Martin Luther King Scholar Program and is an advisor for student organizations such as the Caribbean Students’ Association. In 2016, she received the Ithaca College Student Government Council Administrator of the Year award.
Nicole is also a frequent presenter at professional organizations and holds leadership roles with a number of organizations that benefit the wider Ithaca community, such as the Community Foundation of Tompkins County, the Sciencenter, Southside Community Center, and the Tompkins County Youth Services Department.
Nicole holds a master's degree in oganizational communication, learning & design from Ithaca College and a bachelor's degree in communications from the State University of New York at Oswego.