Four reasons to download the CQUniMobile app

At CQUniversity, we’re dedicated to improving the student experience, and that extends to all our services, systems and applications – including our mobile app!

After an extensive student consultation process last year, we’ve made improvements based on your feedback. So everything you need to be a successful student is just one touch away.

Here are our top four reasons to download the CQUniMobile app…

Student systems

The CQUniMobile app provides a way to quickly access the CQUni systems you need on the fly at the touch of a button. Easily access your Moodle units, exam and timetable schedules, academic history and heaps more!


Study spaces

We all know the importance of a quiet, organised place to study with great, free Wi-Fi. There’s a variety of facilities and study spaces (some open 24/7!) available to you whether you study online or on-campus.

We know you are busy, so we have put all the details about our study spaces in one place under Study Spaces in the app. This makes finding the right study space at your closest campus easy!

You can even see if a computer is available in real time or book a study room – all in the palm of your hand.


Library access

You can now access the Library services you need most in the CQUniMobile app. The Library tile provides you with access to view your current loans, request items, book an ‘Ask a Librarian’ session, search our library collection, and so much more.

Simply tap on Library and start exploring!


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Pocket guide

The CQUniMobile app also serves as your pocket guide to all the student information you need. The app provides you with quick, convenient access to key University information from your mobile device, helping you to keep your finger on the pulse of all things CQUni. You can also customise the homepage to suit your preferences and needs!


Download the CQUniMobile app today from the iOS App Store or Android Google Play, then log in with your student details.

Mae Swarbrick (

Mae Swarbrick is a current student, studying part-time in the Bachelor of Business/Bachelor of Arts, and working full-time as Student Communications Officer. Mae's ongoing experience as a current student is invaluable in her role as leader of the Student Communications team. Combine this with practical experience in the call centre, Admissions and Student Communications teams, and she’s ready to share some first-rate uni hacks for new students. Follow Mae on #How2Uni.

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