Maryland. State Universities and Colleges. Board of Trustees.Maryland State Archives - Special Collections600 fiche.Financial records of the board and institutions under its direction. Includes bond statements; student union revenue funds and consolidated financial statements; board and colleges financial statements; legislative audits; and foundation audits by institution. Arranged chronologically.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Maryland. Board for Higher Education.Maryland State Archives - Special Collections16 reels.Transcripts of student files. Arranged alphabetically by name of student within the school.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Maryland. Higher Education Commission.Maryland State Archives - Special Collections3.5 cubic ft.Contains minutes, meeting agenda, meeting materials including reports for discussion, correspondence, and handwritten notes. A seperate correspondence file consists of letters to and from the chairman and committee members, as well as memorandum, notes, agendas, and rosters. Arranged chronologically.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Dill, O. H., fl. 1891.Indiana Historical Society - Smith Memorial Library1 item.Dill's diploma from Ridgeville College, Ridgeville, Randolph County, Indiana, August 8, 1891.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Potthoff, Edward F. (Edward Frederick), 1898-1960.Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections.1 linear ft.Copies of reprints concerning educational psychology, higher education, examinations, teacher education, and college and university enrollment; together with Potthoff's 1928 dissertation at University of Chicago on selective admission of college students.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Mills, Benjamin Marshall, fl. 1886.Indiana Historical Society - Smith Memorial Library1 item.Mills' diploma from Wabash College, Crawfordsville, Montgomery County, Indiana, 1886.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Maryland. State Universities and Colleges. Board of Trustees.Maryland State Archives - Special CollectionsThe Board of Trustees of the State Universities and Colleges originated in 1963 as the Board of Trustees of the State Colleges (Chapter 41, Acts of 1963). Its was renamed the Board of Trustees of the State Universities and Colleges in 1976 (Chapter 917, Acts of 1976). The board was composed of fourteen members representing the public who served for five-year terms, and one student member appointed in rotation from the state colleges and universities to a one-year term. The board established and directed the four-year public colleges of the state and published a newsletter and a manual of administrative guidelines for operation of state universities and colleges. Its annual reports to the governor provided financial and statistical information on the institutions it directed.Contact InformationCatalog Record
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