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Faculty Profiles: Bradley, Aleya

This guide provides information on Bethune-Cookman University faculty, including their research interests, accomplishments and activities, and brief biographical details.

Aleya Bradley

Professor of Practice, Mass Communications

Office Location: Fine Arts, 342 

Office Phone: 386-481-2858




  • B.S., Journalism, Florida A&M University, December 2018
  • M.A., New Media Journalism, Full Sail University, March 2020
  • Ed.S., Educational Leadership, Saint Leo University, May 2023


Brief Biographical Sketch

Aleya Bradley is a Professor of Mass Communications at Bethune-Cookman University. She holds a B.S. in Journalism from FAMU, an M.A. in New Media Journalism from Full Sail University, an Ed.S. in Educational Leadership from Saint Leo University and is currently working on her dissertation, in which she will have a doctorate degree in Education from Saint Leo University. 

Bradley’s focus is doing research on HBCU students’ graduate school and post-grad preparedness. She is an accomplished journalist, writer, student success coach and educator.

Research Interests

  • HBCU student success
  • HBCU retention