Campus Consortium Awards Oregon State University $252,465 Grant to Implement A Mobile App for Their Campus

Campus Consortium, the largest global education association of schools, colleges and universities, awards Oregon State University a $252,465 Grant to implement a mobile app for students and faculty.

Chicago, IL, December 21, 2017 — Campus Consortium, the largest global education association of schools, colleges and universities, awards Oregon State University a $252,465 Grant to implement a mobile app for students and faculty. Located in Corvallis, Oregon, Oregon State University, with 11 colleges, 15 Agricultural Experiment Stations, 35 county Extension offices, the Hatfield Marine Science Center in Newport and OSU-Cascades in Bend, Oregon State has a presence in every one of Oregon’s 36 counties.

Delighted to receive the Grant, Director of Public Safety, Suzanne Tannenbaum at the Oregon State University spoke about the support they received and stated, “Campus Consortium has announced great news to us this week. This Grant is exclusively for us to enhance our facilities through providing students with a mobile app that is bound to simplify several things students often face difficulty with. A well thought out and executed mobile app goes a long way for attracting and retaining students and employees, which indeed will help us in a big way.”

The Campus Consortium Grant will enable Oregon State University to build their official mobile app through the technology provider Unifyed. The mobile app will consist of 14 basic applets like Campus News, Emergency Numbers, Campus Events, Social Media, Parking, Dinning etc. In addition, it will also feature Unifyed Applets for LMS, Academic, Financial Aid and Unifyed Campus Bulletin Board, What’s Up, etc.

“This mobile app solution provides out of the box integration and increases engagement, in addition to the beauty of adding new features on the go. We believe this will be a great opportunity for Oregon State University to grow and we wish them all the luck,” states Anjli Jain, Chairman of the Campus Consortium. “We congratulate them on receiving the Campus Consortium Grant.”

To learn about and apply for a Campus Consortium Grant, please visit campusconsortium.org/grant-programs

About Campus Consortium

Campus Consortium is a leading education association with more than 37,000 higher education institutions and K-12 school district members. The Campus Consortium's mission is to help members reduce the time, cost and effort associated with implementing enterprise IT services by leveraging shared IT services, lessons learned and best practices so that each member can avoid reinventing the wheel. For more information, please visit http://campusconsortium.org

About Oregon State University:

As one of only two universities in the nation designated as a land, sea, space and sun grant, Oregon State serves Oregon and the world by working on today’s most pressing issues. Our more than 31,000 students come from across the globe, and our programs operate in every Oregon county. Oregon State receives more research funding than all of the state’s comprehensive public universities combined. At our campuses in Corvallis and Bend, marine research center in Newport and award-winning Ecampus, we excel at shaping today’s students into tomorrow’s leaders. For more information, please visit https://oregonstate.edu/

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