Alumni Admissions Program
The Alumni Admissions Program (AAP) was established in 1974 to use the energy and enthusiasm of Middlebury alumni in the continuing effort to attract outstanding students to the College.
There are now over 3,700 alumni throughout the world who participate in this year round support program. These alums are assigned to individual committees (ranging in size upwards of 175 people), defined by either the volunteers' country, state or community of residence. Each of the 159 committees is headed by an AAP chairperson who assigns applicants to Middlebury graduates from the committee area. The purpose of these committees is to assist the Admissions staff in contacting applicants, providing information about the College, conducting informative interviews that are used in the decision-making process and encouraging admitted students to attend Middlebury.
Volunteers conduct interviews with prospective students to provide information about Middlebury and then submit interview reports on each student contacted. Alumni interviews are typically scheduled during the month of November for Early Decision I students and January for Early Decision II, and January through the first week in February for Regular Decision students. In addition to offering interviews to nearly 7,000 applicants in 2011-12, alumni volunteers represent Middlebury at local college fairs in the fall and spring.
We currently are seeking chairs for the following regions. If you are interested taking on one of these positions, please contact Joanne Leggett at email@example.com.
Missouri (at large)
Middlebury graduates may join the AAP by submitting the online registration form.
AAP members will be provided with a user name and password to access a restricted site that provides additional information.
Anyone with questions about the Alumni Admissions Program please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.