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Campus/location : Lennoxville, Quebec
Arms : Argent on a cross of St. George an open book proper bound and edged Or in the first quarter two croziers in saltire Gules
Crest : A closed book laid flat bound Purpure edged Argent thereon a mitre Argent orphreys Purpure charged with fleurs-de-lys and maple leaves alternately Argent the infulae Purpure
Supporters : On a compartment composed of grassy mounds charged with a pall wavy Argent dexter a white tailed stag (Odocoileus virginianus) Argent unguled and attired Purpure sinister a bear (Ursus americanus) Argent armed Purpure supporting a staff flying therefrom to the sinister the Flag of Bishop's University
Motto: RECTI CULTUS PECTORA ROBORANT
The arms were officially granted on November 12, 1993.
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