Our Clients’ Mobile Apps
See how our clients around the world are using mobile to enhance their communication strategies and recruit more students.
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Loyola Marymount University
Loyola Marymount University was looking for more modern tools to integrate into their marketing mix, and improve their enrollment strategy. With their mobile app at the center of their new communications and outreach campaign, Loyola Marymount University increased student applications by more than 10% that year, and extended the reach of their brand into 39 countries.
University of Alabama
As one of the top 25 athletic universities in the nation, competition is fierce for recruiting the best and brightest students. The University of Alabama implemented an official mobile app in order to control their brand in the marketplace, and increase the reach of their message to prospective students outside of the United States. Within one year, their app had been downloaded in 141 countries – significantly increasing their brand reach internationally.
Northern Arizona University
Northern Arizona University saw mobile as an opportunity to create an additional touch point with all of their constituents, especially prospective students. Within six months of implementing their admissions page into the app, they saw a 100% increase in student applications from mobile devices, and in a single weekend, more than 20 students accepted their offers to NAU through the app – confirming the importance of mobile as a channel for the university's recruitment.
The Virginia Community College System (VCCS) consists of 23 colleges that provide two-year degrees and various specialty training and certifications for the state of Virginia. VCCS knew that they needed a scalable mobile solution in order to increase the connection between the system's 400,000+ students and their disparate campus communities. VCCS chose Mosaic to create a custom, enterprise level mobile strategy, and within 3 months they launched a single cohesive app that consolidated access to all of their 23 schools within the system.
Milwaukee Area Technical College
At Milwaukee Area Technical College (MATC), their students are non-traditional in the fact that most of them are working full time jobs and taking a full course load, so they knew that they needed to provide a solution that would give their students 24/7 access to their coursework and everything happening on campus. In 2011, MATC was one of the first technical schools in the state of Wisconsin to launch a mobile app, and just one year later they already had almost 10,000 students using their app.
Like most institutions, Harper College is continually focused on improving student completion rates. Their mobile app, Harper Mobile, was a strategic part of their new plan to break down the interaction barrier, foster a higher level of involvement, and deliver more relevant support to their students. Upon implementing this new strategy, their goal was to graduate 486 additional students in the first year, but early numbers show that they are actually on track to graduate an additional 2,298 – exceeding their goal by 376%.
Bishop O'Dowd High School
Bishop O'Dowd High School is a Catholic college preparatory school in Oakland, California. With an increasing number of students and parents accessing their websites and portals from mobile devices, Bishop O'Dowd knew that they needed to figure out their mobile strategy - fast. In an effort to increase their communication with parents and students, Bishop O'Dowd used Mosaic to create an official, custom app to deliver quick and easy access to Blackboard, PowerSchool, and much of their website content.
Edison Township School District
For the Edison Township School District, engaging district stakeholders and fostering communication has become a top priority. With the majority of their community members accessing information via mobile devices, Edison decided to launch a mobile app that allowed them to reach these users in the most effective way possible. Since its debut, My Edison has significantly strengthened the district's relationship and communication with parents and the community. In fact, they've acquired more than 6,200 users, and now more than 88% of the visits to their Parent Portal are coming from the My Edison app.