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New SNU Mobile App

  • May 10, 2017
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My SNU Application
My SNU Application
The new MySNU app, designed to allow SNU students to more easily access the MySNU portal alongside other school services for a comprehensive one-stop experience, was recently launched on Google Play Store for Android and the Apple App Store for the iPhone.
Previously, MySNU was only accessible through web browsers such as Chrome and Safari, and school services such as the SNU menu and the online SCARD required users to download separate apps for each function. The new app eliminates the need to have separate widgets for each service.
Services provided by the SNU administration are also featured on the app. Course registration for both regular semesters and summer/winter semesters, class cancellation, application for a leave of absence, and request to change majors are all possible. The MySNU app also allows one to apply to become a Teacher’s Assistant and to book appointments for medical examinations at the SNU Health Clinic. Other functions include the campus map and the academic schedule, indicating school-wide off-days and national holidays. Users of the app also have the option to receive customized school announcements as push notifications.
The app, being recently developed, may not be compatible for mobile operating systems preceding Android 4.1 or iOS 8. The app updates automatically like other apps for mobile devices. MySNU will continue to be available on Internet browsers for those wishing to access via computer. For more information on how to use the app, users can visit:
Written by Yu Young Jin, SNU English Editor,
Reviewed by Professor Travis Smith, Department of Asian Languages and Civilizations,
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