UALR Mobile

UALR Mobile


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Stay in touch with the University of Arkansas at Little Rock wherever you are. This app helps you navigate campus, find contact and course information quickly, stay up-to-date on the latest UALR news, keep tabs on Trojan athletics, and much more. It’s UALR on the go!

Features include:

Directory – Search the faculty listings, send an email, make a call, and save contact information right to your phone’s address book.

Map – Find out where you are on campus, and where you need to go.

Calendar – Need to know about a deadline or finals week? Check the academic calendar.

Trolley – Track the Trolley Tram in real time so you're there when it is.

Athletics – Stay up-to-date with Trojan athletics for news about your favorite teams.

News – Get the latest campus headlines to stay on top of the most important news.

Images – Search, browse, download and share images from the UALR collections.

Videos – Watch the latest events from around campus, as well as special interviews and highlights.

Courses – Scan the course catalog to view class times, locations, and more.

Blackboard – Get instant access to all of your Blackboard Learn content on the go. Check for class announcements and more.

Library – Browse the entire UALR library catalog and check item availability.

Help - Access important numbers when you need them.

Recently changed in this version

What's new:

-Minor text changes
-Added myUALR link

Comments and ratings for UALR Mobile
  • (16 stars)

    by Brandon Black on 10/09/2014

    Garbage. Can't check email. Blackboard button sends you to play store to download the terrible blackboard app. Serves no practical use that I can tell.

  • (16 stars)

    by Ayushi Saraswat on 15/03/2014

    Once the update occurred, I can't check my mail or blackboard.

  • (16 stars)

    by Michael Curry on 13/03/2014

    It is literally just a really bad approximation of the iOS version. I don't think anyone even looked at the app before it was submitted to Google; some of the words are capitalized and some aren't on the main screen. There just isn't any excise for the iOS app to be so nice looking, and the Android one to be so, so poor.