Nicole Ahsinger, a senior journalism major at UL Lafayette, will represent Team USA in the women’s trampoline competition during the Tokyo Olympics.
UL Lafayette students can now view their schedules and academic history, access email and review statements of account from their phones, thanks to a new mobile app. The UL Lafayette app provides seamless access to some of the most frequently utilized University systems and accounts, enabling students to perform tasks and get information on the go.
The app provides faculty and staff with easy access to University systems, such as email and Moodle. It connects UL Lafayette fans to University news, events, sports and social media. A campus directory lets users call main University numbers with one touch on their screens.
An interactive map of the University offers students and visitors a mobile tour that includes images, descriptions of major buildings and addresses.
Graduate student Robert Tarleton was one of the first to test the app. “I love how clean the design is and how easy it is to use,” he said. “Having my information available on the go will really help, and I can see the map being super useful for incoming freshmen.”
This app will replace the one released by the University in 2011.