NCSU Alumni Association Ponders Popularity Of Trademark Wolf
Posted January 24, 2003
RALEIGH, N.C. — The strutting wolf is the most recognized symbol of North Carolina State University. But the school's alumni association wants to know if it's the most popular.
The N.C. State Alumni Association is seeking feedback as to which symbol is more popular: the strutting wolf, or the diamond shape letters of the university. A survey has been placed on the association's website asking people what they think of the two symbols.
You can view each symbol and take the survey for yourself
The wolf has been the school's primary symbol, having been created more than 30 years ago. The diamond-shape "NCS" was developed in 1986.
The university's trademark office will use the survey to decide if it's time for a change.