Rochelle Robinson joined the academic staff at the University of South Carolina in April 2013. Robinson serves as the Academic Advisor for Men's and Women's Swimming & Diving, Women's Golf, and Men's Tennis.
Prior to her arrival at the University of South Carolina, Robinson was an Academic Assistant in Student-Athlete Support Services for Norfolk State University and Old Dominion University where she assisted with a variety of sports teams. There she advised, mentored, and assisted in monitoring academic progress among other day to day duties.
A native of Chesapeake, Virginia, Robinson received a Bachelor's of Arts degree in Community Relations and Sociology from Michigan State University in 2010. She was a four year varsity letter winner on Michigan State's gymnastics team. In February of 2006, Robinson recorded the first ever perfect 10.0 in Michigan State's history. Robinson earned her Master's degree in Higher Education-General Administration from Old Dominion University. Since 2010, she has been an active member in the National Association of Academic Advisor for Athletics (N4A) and a sub-committee member for the N4A Ethnic Concerns Committee.