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It’s Monday. It’s Raining. Pour Yourself A Cup Of Coffee And Cheer Up With These Miss COED 2017 Contestants!


We’ve scoured the nation to find the smartest, coolest, all-around most awesome college girls in the country, and we’re bringing them straight to you. In fact, we’re publishing three girls a day every day until we run out… which is a lot of days, TBH. You can thank me later.

From Animal Science to Human Development and Kappa Kappa Gamma to Alpha Delta Pi, it’s pretty safe to say that their interests are vastly different. Yet each girl is repping her school with pride and hoping to take home the coveted title of Miss COED 2017.

Without further ado, meet the next group of contestants. Who are you voting for?!

Think you have what it takes to rep your school? Submit to be part of the Miss COED 2017 competition today!

Brittany Pierson, University of Alabama


“Being small my entire life, I always heard ‘eat a cheeseburger’ or people would ask if I was anorexic. Being older now, I understand how hurtful that was. Society tells us to embrace ourselves but smaller framed girls take criticism for it. Everyone needs to embrace their body and quit skinny shaming others.”

See Brittany Pierson’s full profile here.

Amanda Luna, Northern Illinois University


“I love my college because of its location. I love that it’s far enough to to be away from home but close enough that if I need anything I can go home. I love NIU because of how large the campus is and all of the opportunities to get involved.”

See Amanda Luna’s full profile here.

Malorie Strong, Iowa State University


“I want to be Miss COED 2017 because it’s something that I feel like would boost my confidence, and I want to be able to set a good example for myself to girls younger than me all around the country. When I got the message saying they thought I’d be a good fit to represent my University, it made me realize that I’m so much more than what I see myself as. I’m just excited to be given a chance. I want young women to feel more confident about themselves and realize how truly beautiful and amazing they are.”

See Malorie Strong’s full profile here.

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