The collection consists of report cards and grade books documenting the results of courses taken by students at the Maryland Agricultural College and the Maryland State College of Agriculture between 1860 and 1918.
The University of Maryland's student union building was constructed in 1954 as a center for student activities and the focal point for social and cultural events. Named the Adele H. Stamp Union in 1983, the union was renamed Stamp Student Union in 1988. The Student Union records consist of administrative files and photographs documenting the facilities and operations of the union.
Susan Fratkin was director of special projects for the National Association of State Universities and Land Grant Colleges from the late 1970s to 1992 and was closely involved with the educational television committee. She also served as the first treasurer and then president of the Joint Council on Educational Telecommunications (JCET) from 1984 to 1992. The collection includes reports, correspondences, publications, and legal papers that document issues of concern to Fratkin.