Natalie Marshall (Vice President for Student Affairs) and Richard Moll (Director of Admissions), the Student Government Association, and Concerned Students For A New Admissions Policy released the agreements they came to after meeting to discuss coeducation policy. From then on, admissions literature was to be approved by the Committee on Admissions, which included three students. Students were also able to create their own pamphlets and submit them to the Admissions Office for publication. Furthermore, a study group (which included students) was formed to “investigate the intermediate and long-term goals of admissions.” This group would help decide what kind of student Vassar should try to attract and how.