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I found the flag of Northern Caribbean University at <president.ncu.edu.jm>. Northern Caribbean University is located in Mandeville, in Mancheste Parish. The university is a Seventh-Day Adventist institution and is a member of the World Federation of SDA Universities. The university history states that the institution dates from 1919, but the logo indicates that it celebrated its centenary in 2007. The logo can be seen at <www.ncu.ed.jm> and consists of a US style scholastic acronym in stylized blue block lettering with each letter edged in gold; the letter C is stretched. The number 100 is inscribed to the left of the acronym, it is written in large golden numerals. There is a long blue ribbon with a tripartite fold and with forked ends; the university motto, ''Reflecting . . . Repositioning' is written in gold upper and lower case script and is inscribed beneath the acronym, while the dates 1907-2007 are likewise written in gold and are inscribed under the numerals.
Ron Lahav, 22 February 2008
The flag is a blue/yellow diagonal with the school arms in bronze in the center.
Eugene Ipavec, 22 February 2008