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image by Randy Young, 7 May 2020
Rasmussen College is a private college headquartered in Bloomington,
Minnesota, but with at least 20 campuses in Minnesota, Illinois, North Dakota,
Florida, Wisconsin, Kansas, and online. Founded in 1900 as the Rasmussen
Practical School of Business, the school was sold in 2018 to Renovus Capital,
who now operates the school and its satellite campuses. The school's colors are
green and gold. According to school's website (http://www.rasmussen.edu/),
the institution will achieve university status in October 2020 and change its
name to Rasmussen University, presumably also changing its logo/seal and flag at
the same time.
The school's flag can be seen in photographs online, including at https://www.rasmussen.edu/student-experience/college-life/rasmussen-college-eagan-campus/, where it is seen flying in front of one of the campus buildings at the Eagan Campus outside St. Paul, Minnesota. The flag features the college's logo centered on a green field. The logo contains a green shield, outlined in white, bearing an orange and yellow flame. Below the shield is the word "RASMUSSEN" in large, white, capital letters above the word "COLLEGE" in thinner, smaller, white, capital letters.
Randy Young, 7 May 2020