the shoremen and shorewomen
found: on wikipedia page
there mascot is a falcon
obvously an antelope
the answer corrolates with the "soul" of the institution
One can view images of college mascot costumes online by going to the colleges website. The website will have images of the mascot as well as information about it.
The University of Kansas uses the jayhawk as their mascot. The history of Kansas and the jayhawk went as far back as 1912 and the mascot is still believed to bring good luck.
I'm guessing the asker is from the US.Oxford University doesn't really have a mascot, because it's not like "Universities" in the United States, which were mostly started as one single organization from the outset. There may be multiple colleges within the University, but it's a very top-down arrangement.Oxford, in contrast, started as a number of independent colleges within the town of Oxford, which only later merged to form the University.As such, there's no single unified mascot of "Oxford", though each college (or even each team) may have its own mascot.
Several colleges use a patriot as their mascot. Some of them include Francis Marion University, Dallas Baptist University, and Coral Ridge Baptist University.
I want to know what is the mascot of healdcollege?Think about this question for just a moment. Heald would not have a mascot because they are a "get in get out" school. They are not a college that has any kind of sports activities. Instead they focus all their time on pure academics. So of course you wouldn't find a mascot because there is none.
There are 79 four years colleges with the eagle as their mascot.