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Bates College


Bates College

Bates College
Motto Amore Ac Studio (Latin)
Motto in English
"With Ardor and Devotion," or "Through Zeal and Study," by Charles Sumner
Established March 16, 1855
Type Private liberal arts college
Endowment $263.8 million (as of 2014)[1]
President Clayton Spencer
Academic staff
Undergraduates 1,791[2]
Location Lewiston, Maine, USA
Campus Suburban
Colors Garnet & Black          
Athletics NCAA Division III - NESCAC
Sports 31 varsity teams, 9 club teams
Mascot Bobcat
Affiliations NESCAC, Colby-Bates-Bowdoin, Consortium of Liberal Arts Colleges
Bates College

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