COLLEGE DIRECTORY       :      VISIT ELLER      :      LOG IN 
The University of Arizona | Eller College of Management The University of Arizona Eller College of Management
Eller College Home > Undergraduate Programs > Involvement and Leadership > Meet Students > Alexia Hoff
 Prospective StudentsCurrent StudentsAlumniCorporate Visitors

Meet Eller Students

Alexia Hoff

Alexia says...
"I found the pursuit of an MIS major to be both intellectually stimulating and challenging and look forward with an optimistic attitude to my future career in an IT-oriented profession."


Alexia Hoff

BSBA Management Information Systems
Minor in French
Graduating May 2010


  • Eureka, California

Student Organizations and Activities

  • Chi Omega Fraternity
  • Order of Omega
  • Blue Key National Honorary

About Alexia

Alexia Hoff came to Eller College from her hometown of Eureka, California. Her mother was born in France, which has given Alexia the exposure and appreciation of her mother’s country and culture. Alexia is an Honors College student and is majoring in Management Information Systems with a minor in French.

While at the University, she has been very active in the community, including the Chi Omega Fraternity, Zeta Beta Chapter where she leads the executive committee in coordinating the participation of over 200 women in the Push for America Philanthropic competition.

Alexia also serves on the Student/Alumni Association Board, where she recruits almuni to host a dinner for students/mentees to inspire and guide them in future career choices; the Order of Omega, as the Greek Awards Coordinator, where she plans the Greek-Or-Treat event in which 25 fraternities and sororities on campus to re-enact Halloween for the children of the Tucson communit; and the prestigious national Blue Key National Honorary, where she is responsible for continuing the tradition of A-Day.

Alexia is the 2009 recipient of the Eller College of Management Undergraduate Deans Award,
Sophomore Greek Woman of the Year 2007, and Freshman Greek Woman of the Year 2006.

Meet other Eller students or contact us for more information.