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Marylhurst Launches Mobile Site

Effective 10 am today — November 30, 2012 — when you access marylhurst.edu from your handheld device, you'll be redirected to our new mobile site.

Need our full website? You can get there via a link in the footer.

Our mobile site features:

About
Basic information about Marylhurst University and programs offered.

Catalog
Our complete catalog, including full program descriptions and requirements.

Map
An interactive map to help you find us, from wherever you are.

Events
Our calendar of events and important dates.

Contact
All the ways to contact Marylhurst — by phone, email, snail mail, or  filling out a form — including our staff and office directory.

Apply
Application forms for all of our programs.

Give
A convenient way to support Marylhurst with a donation.

Social
Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and more.

Library
Mobile-friendly access to Shoen Library's catalog and several databases.

If you have feedback or suggestions for improving our mobile interface, please contact us! You may email webmaster@marylhurst.edu or call 503.699.6247.

 

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