Mobile Digital Campus

Higher Education Campus Mobile Apps

In the past years, the use of smart phones has evolved from a fringe curiosity to an absolute necessity in today’s connected world. The impact and usage of mobile phones, especially smart phones, has become a lifestyle necessity among today’s student populations. Thus, it has become imperative for educational institutions, to integrate mobile technologies into their student communication plans and strategies.


What is Unifyed Mobile Digital Campus?

Unifyed Mobile Campus equips institutions with a customizable, simple to-execute mobile solution designed only for higher education.

Unifyed’s mobile solution comes with a single sign-on providing clients the ease of access while additionally empowering next-level features like push notifications, registration, and custom communications. Unifyed Mobile empowers a whole mobile strategy with boundless possibilities for customization, outreach, and messaging.

Unifyed’s Mobile Digital Campus helps institutions with:

Integrated Student Experience

Integrate academic and non-academic events/activities beyond the classroom and immerse students in the community.

Customization & Branding

An intuitive, easy-to-use platform that could be tailored to fit any institution’s branding, providing a customized experience to the stake holders.

Updates & Notifications

Mobile apps, made with Unifyed, can provide a way to send out broad communications like campus events, alerts, and other highly time-sensitive information.


Unifyed lets you integrate with the leading ERP/SIS, LMS and Email platforms, providing access to student timetable, schedule planner, to-dos,  assignments, exams, course schedules, student digital wallets and much more within the app.

The only way to believe what Unifyed Mobile Campus can do is to see it in action.

Who is using Unifyed Mobile Digital Campus?

Over 30,000 universities around the globe use Unifyed Mobile to transform their campuses online

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