Information Technology Services

Web & Application Development

ITS partners with campus units to provide various types of application development and integration for the campus community enabling units to integrate core data with university-wide systems.

Developers support hundreds of custom applications that have been created to help automate processes around campus. From complex workflows that pull data from ISRS, to portlets consumed by the student portal, to vital integration applications, our team has the ability create nearly anything campus offices could need.

If you have a need for a custom application, please contact HuskyTech.



ImageNow (also known as Perceptive Content) is a document imaging tool that helps groups on campus securely store their documents. ImageNow can route documents through any necessary processes or workflows and is used in many offices across campus.

For more information about the product or the process required to start imaging your documents, please contact HuskyTech.


SharePoint is a web-based tool that enables teams to collaborate using team sites and document publishing. It provides a secure place to store, organize, share and access information from all major web browsers. Our team creates and supports the hundreds of sites currently used on campus including adding and removing individual permissions.

To request a new site or if you have questions about an existing site, please contact HuskyTech.

Web analytics

St. Cloud State University utilizes Google Analytics to provide free web site analysis and reporting on how web sites are being used. 

Monthly Reports

Monthly reports are available for departments and offices to receive which include information about top pages within those sites.

Information for the top 50 visited pages in your site is listed below main headings and contains similar information for each page shown. Headings include:

  • Pageviews:The total number of pages viewed. Repeated views of a single page are counted. 
  • Unique Pageviews: The number of visits during which one or more of these pages was viewed.
  • Avg. Time on Page: he average amount of time visitors spent viewing this set of pages or page.
  • Bounce Rate: The percentage of single page visits resulting from this set of pages or page. Visitors who visited only one page within your site area.
  • % Exit: The percentage of site exits that occurred from this set of pages or page. Visitors navigated to a page not in your site.
  • $ Index: Not used.

Contact with questions or to request a report be scheduled for your site. 

Web content management (Cascade Server)

St. Cloud State University uses Cascade Server as the web content management system to maintain the sites within the official web site in coordination with University Communications.

Maintaining web sites

Designated web editors within campus units are trained to use Cascade to manage content on their web sites. All edits made within Cascade are submitted to a workflow which is then reviewed by University Communications to maintain consistency and search engine optimization so that web sites remain usable, searchable and accessible.

For editing access and Cascade training, contact

New sites and major updates

Requests for new web sites and changes, such as structure/navigation changes or creating new pages, need to be sent to


Check out the WCMS Documentation site for helpful information, tips and examples for editing your site.

For content assistance, contact University Communications. For technical assistance, contact