Noah Kizzire

, University of Missouri School of Health Professions Student Ambassador

Noah Kizzire is a Health Science major with a rehabilitation science emphasis, from Kirksville, Missouri. He plans to attend PT school after completing his undergraduate degree.

“Get used to saying ‘yes’ to new opportunities,” he says. “This campus is a great place to get involved in tons of different organizations. Go to involvement fairs and be open to any invitations. Also, utilize all of your resources on campus to do the best you can in classes.”

In addition to being on the School of Health Professions Student Ambassador Leadership Team, Noah is a member of the Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity. He also is on the Mizzou disc golf team and works as a mentor for Big Brothers Big Sisters in Columbia.

What should make students choose Mizzou?

Students should choose Mizzou because of the incredible experiences our campus offers. Mizzou gives students the chance to do undergraduate research, gain hands-on experience, and develop meaningful relationships with students and faculty.

What has been your favorite Mizzou memory?

My favorite Mizzou memory was my freshman Homecoming. My whole family came to town for the football game and Mizzou beat Ole Miss in a competitive game.

How did you choose your major?

I chose my major because I knew I wanted to work in healthcare but was unsure in what area. Health Sciences gave me a great, holistic knowledge base so that I could explore where I wanted to pursue a career.

If you could give one piece of advice to incoming freshmen, what would it be?

My one piece of advice would be to sit in the front of your lectures and make connections with your professors and TA’s. They are great resources for your learning and are always happy to help.

If you could have dinner with one famous Mizzou graduate, who would it be and why?

I would choose John Hamm because I am a huge fan of the show Mad Men.