The Admissions Office announced the addition of senior students to the interviewing staff. Admissions director Richard Moll, who used student interviewers at Bowdoin College, said “This is a significant achievement, as only a handful of colleges in the country involve students so directly in the admissions process.”  Student interviewers were added to staff to “give the regular admission officers more flexibility,” increase the number of Vassar applicants interviewed and “make Vassar more credible to candidates.”

On October 3, 1975, the Miscellany News identified the first student interviewers selected by a special committee: Patricia Brown ‘76, Jeremy Mark ‘76, Alice Markowitz ‘76 and Steven Seltz ‘76. The committee also selected two alternates.