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Emporia State University offers new mobile app

Published on -3/28/2013, 8:44 AM

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EMPORIA, Kan. (AP) -- Emporia State University has a new mobile application that allows students to look up details like their grades and class schedules.

With a secure login, students also can use their smartphones or web-enabled devices to search course offerings and find out how much money is in their student accounts. The application also provides campus maps, access to news and events and faculty and staff directories.

Staff in Emporia State's Office of Information Technology developed the application. It's currently available for Android and iOS devices. Emporia State plans to continue updating the app with new features based on input from the students and the campus community.

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