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North Dakota State College of Science (U.S.)

Wahpeton, North Dakota

Last modified: 2021-07-17 by rick wyatt
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[University flag] image by Randy Young, 22 March 2020

[University flag] image by Randy Young, 21 March 2020

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It's difficult to tell from this photo (the furthest flag back), but I'm reasonably sure that the official flag is this logo on white.


Dave Fowler, 20 March 2020

The presumptive official college flag bears the full color logo on a white field. The logo shows the interconnected black capital letters "NDSCS," with the center of the "D" taking the form of a white six-pointed star. Below the "NDSCS" is a red box bearing the motto "THE SCIENCE OF SUCCESS." in white letters. And below the red box, in small, black letters is the school's name: "North Dakota State College of Science."
Randy Young, 21 March 2020


[Seal of North Dakota State College of Science] image located by Paul Bassinson, 16 February 2017

Supporters flag

[Supporters flag] image by Randy Young, 21 March 2020

This flag likely represent's the college's athletic teams, the Wildcats. The design shows the school's wildcat head logo on a red field. The one-third of the flag closest to the hoist is black, bearing the school acronym logo in red capital letters.
Randy Young, 21 March 2020

[Supporters flag] image by Randy Young, 21 March 2020

Very similar to the first flag, but with the acronym in red, without the full name of the school in the logo, and all centered on a dark grey field instead of white.
Randy Young, 21 March 2020

The field is most likely black, not dark gray - the latter color is not included in the official color set, as presented in the branding guide provided by Dave. Actually, in the image provided by Paul, two red areas are in different shades, the bottom one being visibly lighter, which is certainly an error, so it is reasonable to assume that the field was also made lighter by error. Consequently, the field should better be repainted into black to make a more accurate image.
Tomislav Todorovic, 22 March 2020