Hitting the right notes? Singers can now use the free Duet-on-Pitch (DoP) Tuner app to practice their harmonies. After choosing and listening to their respective notes, users simultaneously sing them and track their accuracy with a visual real-time display. The app helps singers train their ears in order to produce the right pitches and stay in tune with another singer.
With Enroll & Pay mobile you can search courses, enroll in classes, view your class schedule, check your account information and review your student address. We are working on additional features to provide even more convenience when you're "on the go."
KU’s award winning student-run radio station KJHK 90.7 is now available at your fingertips. This iPhone app is designed for you to access content easily at your convenience.
Use the KU Alumni Association app to keep up with the latest news and alumni events in your area. Association members can access a digital membership card, special discounts and the latest issue of Kansas Alumnimagazine. Renew or upgrade your membership easily, network with Jayhawks and support KU with our official mobile app
This is the official mobile app of the Kansas Jayhawks. Make your iPhone or iPod Touch a unique part of your game-day experience for Jayhawk events. Want to catch breaking news of the team? See updated statistics? Access video on-demand and live video streams? Follow pre-game previews of the matchups and read game recaps? Re-live each event with photo galleries.
Check KU Lab Availability from your home computer or mobile device to see how many computers are currently available in campus computer labs. You can find an open workstation in Anschutz, Watson, Budig and Harris computer labs by viewing the map.
The University of Kansas Libraries are dynamic partners and campus leaders in advancing inquiry and learning for KU, for the state of Kansas. This mobile website is a gateway into the services and resources available through the KU Libraries.
View schedules for classes, events, games and all things happening throughout Ambler Student Recreation Fitness Center!
Skype for Business (Microsoft) is powerful way to instantly communicate with KU students and colleagues, as well as others around the world. With the click of a button you can open a text chat, make a voice or video call, or even start an online meeting. Skype for Business makes online communication more collaborative and engaging. And, you can use Skype for Business from nearly any computer or mobile device, on campus or anywhere in the world you have Internet access.
1, 2, 3, Park! KU students, faculty, staff and campus visitors can pay for parking at select meters on campus using the Parkmobile app. This partnership between KU Parking & Transit and Parkmobile means you won't have to dig between the car seats to scrape up spare change for a parking meter. Just download the app and pay for parking the smart way — with your smartphone.
Reason Racer is a multiplayer game that provides students practice with the elements of argumentation. The skills of argumentation involve understanding a claim, judging the evidence about a claim, determining the reasoning applied to the claim, considering counter-arguments, and making judgments.
Use your mobile device to visit the KU Schedule of Classes to find out when classes are occuring and where they are located.
Explore with audio and video tours, browse photographs of objects with multiple views, and more.
By the time you walk down the Hill at commencement, you’ll be an expert on all things KU and a lifelong Jayhawk–not to mention a proud KU graduate–ready to join the network of thousands of successful KU alumni. Good luck, and Rock Chalk!
The Digital Atlas of Ancient Life app enables anyone with an iPhone or iPad to discover and classify fossils with the eye of a scientist. The goal is to provide everyday people a digital tool to connect them to fossils and inspire curiosity about our place in the universe.
From the KU Center for Technology Commercialization comes Quarked! Adventures in the Subatomic Universe. Can you guess how small quarks are? Zoom into the teeny-tiny world of Quarks which are the smallest things we know.