Andrew Alexander posing for a headshot  standing in front of the Flatirons
Assistant Director
Volunteer Resource Center

Born and raised in Texas, Andrew got his undergraduate degree at Texas A&M University and master’s degree at Texas State University where he worked as the graduate assistant for community service. Prior to the VRC, he worked in Residence Life as the hall director for Cheyenne Arapaho Hall. He is proud of his work to build awareness around our name’s cultural history as well as provide representation of Indigenous folks within the community. He is excited to get back into student volunteerism and all of the opportunities and programs that come with it. He believes service is an incredibly important part of the student experience as it builds a sense of belonging and can create lifelong volunteers. He is excited to get to work and serve students in a new role here at CU.