Camryn Ross is Crowned Miss Arkansas State University 2024 at Annual Pageant
Camryn Ross of North Little Rock was crowned Miss Arkansas State University 2024 at the conclusion of the annual pageant.
JONESBORO – Camryn Ross of North Little Rock was crowned Miss Arkansas State University 2024 in the 49th edition of the scholarship competition, held Thursday evening in Riceland Hall at Fowler Center on the A-State campus. The pageant is presented by Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity.
Ross captured the title with her jazz dance to “Hey Pachuco!” Her community service initiative is “The Fight to Win the Fight: Domestic Violence Awareness.”
The senior exercise science major also was winner of the People’s Choice Award and the Talent Award. Among her many prizes, Ross received a $5,000 scholarship from Arkansas State University.
The first runner-up was Zhania Hall of Bryant, a senior nursing major, whose community service initiative is “Restart the Heart.” Her talent performance was an original monologue.
Audriann Mae Wolfe of Enola, a laboratory sciences major, was second runner-up and was named Miss Congeniality. Her community service initiative is “Persevering Through P.O.T.S.”
Mary-Keaton Render of Pine Bluff, a sophomore social work major, was third runner-up. Her community service initiative is “Promoting the Pantry: Combating food insecurity on college campuses.”
Brooke Snowden of Lexa, a business marketing major, won the Social Media Promotions Award. Her community service initiative is the Rheumatoid Arthritis Foundation.
Erica Parker of Jonesboro, a strategic communication major, was named winner of the On-Stage Conversation Award. Her community service initiative is “VIP: Volunteering is Priceless.”
The contest is an official Miss America Preliminary, so Ross will begin preparations immediately to compete in the upcoming Miss Arkansas competition.
The Pi Kappa Alpha chapter at A-State began sponsoring the Miss Arkansas State University competition in 1975.