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Which colleges have yellow as their school color?

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The University of Delaware's school colors are blue, yellow and white. The University of Southern Maine's colors are blue and yellow. The University of Alaska's colors are green and yellow.

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The University of Delaware started as a small private academy in 1743. It received its charter in 1833 and was designated as a historic Land Grant college in 1867. The University of Delaware is classified as a research university and ranks in the nation's top 100 universities for science and engineering.

The University of Southern Maine has campuses in Portland, Gorham and Lewiston. It also offers online courses. Each of these campuses has unique characteristics. The Portland campus is known for art culture, outdoor lifestyle and delicious food. The Gorham campus is more classic and has a focus on academics, athletics and music. For those that prefer a smaller campus and community life, the Lewiston campus is a good fit.

The University of Alaska was established in 1917. Originally, it was the Alaska Agricultural College and School of Mines. During the first year of operation, it was a simple two-story building with only six students. The school was renamed in 1935, over 10 years later. In 1954, The University of Alaska absorbed Anchorage Community College, and a year later, Juneau Community College.

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