Dr. Hans A. Andrews
Class of 1956
Career Pathway: Human Services
While a GHS student, Hans Andrews attended Boys' State, was a cheerleader his senior year and was the yearbook editor.
Hans was awarded a state board scholarship by Central Michigan University, where he earned a bachelor of science degree in 1960. At CMU, he was inducted into Who's Who in American Colleges, commissioned as a second lieutenant in the Medical Service Corp of ROTC, president of the business club and worked as a dormitory counselor.
He earned a master's degree in counseling from Michigan State University in 1963 and a doctorate in counseling/psychology from the University of Missouri-Columbia in 1971.
Dr. Andrews served as president of Olney Central College in Olney, Illinois, from 1996 until 2002 when he retired. Prior to that, he served as dean of instruction at Illinois Valley Community College for 18 years and as vice president of community and student services for Kellogg Community College.
Dr. Andrews was inducted into the ROTC Hall of Fame at CMU in February 2005. He has authored five books; the two most recent are The Dual-Credit Phenomenon in 2002 and Accountable Teacher Evaluation in 2004. Eighty percent of his professional articles have been published in educational journals.
Dr. Andrews, whose wife Carolyn is a mental health therapist, has three children, Christina, Hans Jr. and Ashley. He is a avid fisherman.