Category Archives: UCGo

UCGO: campus safety info in your hand

The UCGO app has been enhanced to provide you more information about campus safety at UC.

From the Campus Safety tile on the UCGO app you can directly call the UC Security team for assistance, and see new information categories: security at UC, general emergency information, help towers, assault and consent, and reporting hazards at UC. There is also an easy-to-read banner display showing the status of campus as open.

As always, we like getting feedback from you on how you’re using UCGO, what you like and what could be done better. You can provide feedback directly from the app through the settings function at the bottom of the screen, or you can provide feedback in the blog comments below.

Download the UCGO app from the Apple App Store or Google Play now, or find out more about the app here>

UCGO – what do you think?

It’s not too late to tell us what you think of the UCGO app. Simply answer the 3 minute survey and go in the draw to win one of two $50 University Bookshop vouchers – they sell more than just textbooks you know. 

To develop the best app possible we need your input. UCGO brings together the tools and information you need to make your journey at UC easier.

Take the survey now>

The survey closes at 5pm on Wednesday 9 October. Winners will be drawn on Thursday 10 October and contacted by email.

Keep up with LEARN using UCGO

You might be finding at this time of year that it is important to be up-to-date with your courses on LEARN. Luckily for you you can log into LEARN from your phone using the UCGO app.

LEARN has been adapted specially to make it quick and easy to log in and find what you are looking for from your phone. If you haven’t downloaded UCGO yet, download it now from the Apple App Store or from Google Play. Find out more about the app and its other features here>

Feel on top of your studies going into exams using UCGO.

We are always looking for feedback on UCGO to help with future development and improvements. Fill in this quick (three minute) survey now and go in the draw to win one of two $50 University Bookshop vouchers.