Semifinals For Miss COED 2017 Heats Up–Vote Now!

We began our journey to find Miss COED 2017 back in April, and now we’re finally just a few weeks away from meeting our top 14 finalists – but we need your help. It feels good to be needed, doesn’t it?

Voting for the semifinals is officially underway, and it’s pretty safe to say that we’ve got the dopest college girls in the game. I mean hey, I might be a bit biased, but they have a TON of school pride and could most definitely beat me in a game of Jeopardy. Why? Because we’ve got future aerospace engineers, doctors, and teachers on our hands. Unfortunately, we can’t move all of them to the final round (as much as we’d like to), so it’s up to you to help us narrow them down.

From January 25, 2017 at 3:00 P.M. EST (aka today for those of you who haven’t had your coffee yet) to February 8, 2017 at 3:00 P.M. EST, you’ll be able to vote for multiple girls once a day. In other words, if you can’t decide between the three girls in a particular conference, vote for them all but only one time each. Make sense? Oh, and you can vote on multiple devices – laptop, tablet, mobile, etc. But before hitting the vote button, be sure to check out each girl’s profile. Not only do their profiles feature some pretty killer selfies, but there are also fun facts about the girls and their respective schools, helping you get to know each of them better and to choose your faves.

So, what are you waiting for? If you were too lazy to vote for the president and are now regretting that decision, here’s your chance to redeem yourself and help out a fellow citizen win some ridiculously awesome stuff. Their fate – and these awesome prizes – are in your hands, so choose wisely. No pressure.

Vote For Miss COED 2017 HERE 👈🏼

Who’s reppin’ your school?! Click on your favorite to vote. 

Remember: You may vote for multiple girls once a day. Share the love. We could use it these days, TBH.

1. Abbie Edwards – West Virginia University
2. Abigail PatricyBowling Green State University
3. Abigail Rubemeyer – George Mason University
4. Alison Mong – Old Dominion University
5. Ashley Williams – Creighton University 
6. Ashton Waller – Florida State University
7. Brittany Love – University of Kentucky
8. Brittany PiersonUniversity of Alabama
9. Caitlin Causey – Texas A&M, Corpus Christi
10. Caitlin Hopkins – Georgia Southern University
11. Cara DeLuca – University of Connecticut
12. Carly Tennes – New York University 
13. Christa Widjaja – Texas Tech University 
14. Cloie Luo – University of Louisiana at Lafayette
15. Emily Carlson – University of Texas at Arlington
16. Erika Luksch – University at Buffalo
17. Erin Everett – University of Denver
18. Fallon Williams – University of Southern California 
19. Gillian Reed – University of Southern Indiana
20. Heather Trost – Michigan State University 
21. Heidi Hoback – Virginia Tech
22. Jocelyn McNeany – University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 
23. Jordan Summerfield – Western Kentucky University
24. Katherine Kamenjarin – Southern Illinois University 
25. Keelie Brydson – Texas A&M University 
26. Kelsey Stone – California State University, Fullerton 
27. Kristiana Eredia – Grand Canyon University
28. Lexy Milliken – University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 
29. Lina Sabbah – University of Kansas
30. Maggie Arceneaux – Tulane University 
31. Marissa Rockenbach – University of Minnesota
32. Molly Winker – University of Utah
33. Mycayla O’Bryan – University of New Mexico
34. Nicole Linan – University of Nevada, Reno
35. Nikoletta Pappas – Florida Gulf Coast University 
36. Olivia Penna – Colorado State University 
37. Olivia Pollock – Pennsylvania College of Technology 
38. Savannah Cyrus – Marshall University 
39. Sheridan Godfrey – University of Colorado, Boulder
40. Tatum Cabot – University of Memphis 
41. Taylor Kiechle – University of Rhode Island
42. Victoria Niles – Western Michigan University 

Click “Info” on the lower lefthand corner of the gallery for – you guessed it – additional info on the contestants!

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