In 2014, the University updated its secondary logo, which features a Husky dog face. In fall 2014, for example, women's hockey displayed the secondary logo on both shoulders of its home jersey.The school's flagship intercollegiate sport is hockey.The Integrated Science and Engineering Laboratory Facility (ISELF), which broke ground in October 2011, went into service fall 2013. The million renovation of Brown Hall was finished in December 2009.Among the undergraduate programs of note include accounting, land surveying and mapping sciences, nursing and meteorology. Cloud State is the only Minnesota university that offers an Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) accredited manufacturing engineering program.The Legislature authorized a name change in 1921 to St. Two years later the team moved into a new two-rink arena called the National Hockey Center.The building, now called the Herb Brooks National Hockey Center, is undergoing a million expansion and renovation.
In 1914, the school dropped its secondary education program. In 1987, men's hockey became an NCAA Division I program.
Some men's hockey games, produced by UTVS' Husky Productions division, air on other cable franchises.
Among the awards earned in 2013 were UTVS' five awards at the Broadcast Education Association's Festival of Media Arts, including a Best of Festival award for a Husky Productions broadcast of a men's hockey game.
The Student Government president meets regularly with Interim President Ashish Vaidya.
Ballots allow students to vote on leadership positions, senator positions and advisory resolutions.