(Aug. 20, 2013) -- For new students in particular, the UTSA Roadrunner Days section of the Guidebook smartphone app is just what you need to learn about where to go, how to check in to your residence hall and the complete schedule of events during UTSA Roadrunner Days from Aug. 23-30. And, the app is a bonus for all other students, faculty and staff to be aware of "welcome-back" activities across the UTSA campuses.
>> To download the app to your smartphone, go to the App Store and search for the Guidebook app. Open the app and select "Download Guides," search for "UTSA Roadrunner Days," then click on the UTSA Roadrunner Days icon.
In the app, there are links for items such as General Info about UTSA, a complete schedule and descriptions of Roadrunner Days events, UTSA Maps, My Schedule (where you can add all of the items you like) and Twitter.
For example, in the events section, select "Residence Hall Move-in" and find out how, when and where to check into your residence hall.
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