After months of scouring the country for the smartest, coolest, all-around most awesome college girls, we’re finally unveiling our Miss COED 2017 contestants. Today, you’ll meet five girls repping schools from across the nation, each from different backgrounds, with different majors and aspirations. Today’s girls range from East Carolina University to Florida State University. Check out their profiles below to get to know them a bit better.
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Breanna Hughe, East Carolina University
“At school, you can find me dressed up as Disney Princesses/characters and visiting the children’s hospital to put some smiles on their faces as a member of Princesses On A Mission. I wanted to start my college career off strong, so I opted out of many clubs except for one. This fall, I will also be participating in NPC Recruitment 2016.”
Ashton Waller, Florida State University
“I really hate when people judge. People are quick to size up others, regardless of whether they know them or not. Everyone has their own story. I strive to live free of judgement by embracing myself and others.”
Taylor Smith, Florida Atlantic University
“I love my college because after being a military brat most of my life, I was ready to stay in one place. I fell in love with Florida when I graduated high school there and just could not leave. My school is five minutes away from the beach and has beautiful palm trees all over campus. We literally go to school and study where most people dream to vacation. My school is growing so fast each year because more and more people want to come here. I mean, who wouldn’t? It’s paradise.”
Karla Mandujano, Willamette University
“I major in Politics and Spanish. I want to go to law school and go into criminal law to then become a judge.”
Abby Marion, Oakland Community College
“The coolest class I’ve taken so far is a psychology class in the winter of my freshman year. My professor was the nicest woman in the world, and she made the class really fun for everyone. Plus, psychology has always interested me so I enjoyed learning more about it.”