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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- The University of North Florida has a new tool for its students. The school has launched a free campus app and made their website mobile-friendly.

The UNF mobile app will give students, prospective students, alumni and faculty the ability to stay connected.

Anyone can download the app, which is currently available for both iPhone and Android users.

Features of the app include:

  • Directory - Look up a professor or UNF employee, give them a call, send an email or find their office via an easy-to-follow map.
  • Emergency - View and call emergency phone numbers such as 911, the University Police Department, Victim Assistance and the UNF Counseling Center.
  • Events - View upcoming events, featuring the ability to add events to your smartphone calendar.
  • Learn - Check Blackboard class announcements and grades from anywhere.
  • Maps - Find your current campus location via GPS, search for buildings and places on campus and view building photos, so you'll know where you're heading.
  • News - Read the latest headline stories and features on all areas of University life.
  • UNF mobile - Access the mobile-friendly version of UNF's website.

In addition to the mobile app, UNF is also planning to release additional apps that will include access to athletics, Facebook, Twitter, Thomas G. Carpenter Library collections and more.

If you would like additional information on the UNF Mobile app, you can access the school's mobile app page.

Mobile users will see a UNF website that is more friendly to their smartphones. Now when users log onto the school's homepage, it will be converted to a mobile-friendly version.

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