NCCU Enhances Mobile App

Posted September 02, 2020, 10:32AM

NCCU’s official mobile application myEOL Mobile links students, faculty and staff to key campus resources. To kick off the new semester, the app now offers exciting new features.

A newly added feature, the Eagle Exchange provides a marketplace to buy, sell and trade items within a safe environment. iMessage stickers are also available to demonstrate Eagle Pride when messaging on iOS devices.

Students are able to tackle academics by viewing classes, checking grades and connecting to Blackboard. The campus community is also able to stay up-to-date with recent announcements and campus events and also have quick access to NCCU email, computer lab availability and internship and job listings. Enjoy the updated app today, download it from the Apple or Google Play app store.

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