Oklahoma Higher Education Campus E-Clips sponsored by the Communicators Council

September 2011

NSU Launches New Mobile App

 

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Northeastern’s smartphone application delivers university news, maps, sports and other information to users anytime, anywhere.

Smartphone users can now access the latest news, weather and sports for Northeastern State University on the go through NSU’s free mobile application.

NSUOK is the official Northeastern State University quick reference mobile information app for all three Oklahoma campuses — Tahlequah, Broken Arrow and Muskogee.

Northeastern’s smartphone application allows the university to communicate with today’s students in a way that is unique to NSU. It also allows alumni to stay connected to everything that is happening on the university’s three campuses.

Users can download the NSUOK app for iPhone and Android smartphone by visiting the Apple App Store or the Android Market. The mobile app is also available for non-phones including the iPad and iPod touch.

Some of the exciting features include:
• Maps - Review campus maps, search for buildings and pinpoint your relative location
• Contact Us - Quick reference NSU contact information
• Directory - Search NSU faculty & staff directory and one-touch call or email
• Calendars - View Campus, Academic and student events
• News - Read latest news for Campus, Outreach, Alumni, Learning, Arts & Culture, and Athletics
• Photos - View photos of events and other important moments
• Videos - Gain direct access to NSU’s YouTube Channel and other YouTube videos
• Athletics - Catch up on news, schedules, scores and rosters for all NSU sports
• Tradition - Listen to NSU’s Alma Mater, Fight Song, and brush up on NSU Facts
• Weather - Show campus weather forecasts for Tahlequah, Muskogee and Broken Arrow
• Get Help - Get quick access to important phone numbers such as campus police, then one touch to call

The NSUOK mobile app is compatible with iPhone, iPod touch and iPad and requires iOS 4.0 or later. The application also is compatible with Android 2.1 or later.

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