The latest version of the UCA app includes up-to-the-minute news, directions around campus, useful contacts and a calendar of events to keep you in the know.
• News - Stay updated with the latest campus happenings.
• Events - Learn about campus events.
• Campus Map - Use GPS to find your way around campus. The map also provides the ability to search buildings by name.
• Contacts - You now have a direct link to the most frequently used university numbers.
• Athletics - Get the latest news and scores from your UCA Bears!
• Faculty/Staff Directory - Quickly search for and connect with UCA faculty and staff.
UCA Students can now access:
• Shuttle Routes
Moodle Support has been integrated in the app.
Library - The library app has mobile search for books and databases, as well as other research tools
Get Help – The phone numbers for Inclement Weather, Fire and Medical Emergencies, Transportation Services, Public Safety, Routine Maintenance Request and the Hub are now two clicks away from dialing the number.
OrgSync – Students who can access OrgSync on their computers can now access OrgSync via their Android or IPhone.
Convo Balance – This is a view of the student’s balance for those students who are required to earn Convocation Credits.
Photos - The campus photos collected during various weeks are now available in this mobile site.
Events – Are you trying to find out details about an event which is happening at Samford? Click on the Events calendar. You can search by categories or by calendar dates.
Samford on Facebook – This link will take you to the main Facebook page where you can click on the link to access Samford’s own private Facebook site called Samford on Facebook. All current student and new admits have access to the Samford on Facebook site.
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