In season four, she transfers to Mc Kinley where she becomes a part of the New Directions.
She develops a crush on Ryder, but is too afraid to demonstrate it, so she makes a fake account to get close to him.
The fifth season saw the biggest change, with Monteith's death, and Morris, Riley, Salling and Shum all being switched to recurring status.
James decides to build the group's Nationals routine around Unique, and to promote her as a show choir star.
Unique is dismayed by the publicity and pressure, but after a pep talk from Kurt and Mercedes, performs and wins the MVP award at Nationals competition, though Vocal Adrenaline comes in second to New Directions.
At the same time, Jacob Artist, Melissa Benoist, Blake Jenner, Alex Newell and Becca Tobin were promoted to the main cast and are credited as such for the season, though they appear only in the first thirteen of the twenty episodes, after which New Directions is disbanded and the series shifts to the glee club alumni in New York City for the remainder of the season.
The sixth and final season's main cast was reduced to nine: Colfer, Criss, Lynch, Mc Hale, Michele, Morrison and Overstreet continued from the previous season, Riley returned to the main cast, and Dot-Marie Jones as football coach Shannon Beiste was promoted to it.