Hannah Schroer is a health science major emphasizing rehabilitation sciences and minoring in wellness from Montgomery City, Missouri. She is a student in the Mizzou Honors College. After receiving her undergrad degree Hannah plans to attend Logan University to receive her Doctorate of Chiropractic.
Hannah’s advice for new students is to embrace the newness of everything.
“Very few people if anyone here at Mizzou knows who you are.” Hannah says. “Your slate is wiped clean, use it to your advantage. Figure out who you are, and your interests and then go pursue them. Also don’t be afraid to meet new people and strike up a conversation. I have met so many people here at Mizzou, by doing that.”
In addition to serving as a School of Health Professions Student Ambassador, Hannah is actively involved at the Baptist Student Union (BSU). In her free time Hannah enjoys watching Criminal Minds, trying new restaurants, cuddling up on the couch to read a book, or going on Ranger rides on the family farm with her dog Dallas.
What should make students choose Mizzou?
Mizzou has so much to offer to its students. There are all sorts of clubs and organizations catered to everyone so that you can find your place.
What residence hall did you live in? Were you in a FIG (freshmen interest group)?
I lived in Bluford for my first semester of college, and I was in FIG.
If you could give one piece of advice to incoming freshmen, what would it be?
My piece of advice to incoming freshmen is to listen to your high school teachers during senior year. They do know what they are talking about.
How did you choose your major?
Choosing my major was relatively easy for me, as I’ve always loved helping people and all things medical.
What made you choose Mizzou?
My grandfather, dad, and aunt all attend Mizzou. Growing up I visited Columbia for various reasons and always felt at home.