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Dates and Schedules
Academic Calendar 2017 2018 (.pdf, 221K)
Important Announcements
Introduction to Jenzabar Mobile (.pdf, 418K)

My.VUU Mobile extends the reach of your My.VUU portal beyond the desktop or laptop browser and into the hands of the mobile user, providing mobile device users with access to the My.VUU Intranet. By using a mobile device such as cell phones and tablets, you can access the content on your My.VUU  from anywhere, at any time. Students will be able to access coursework information in the My.VUU eLearning learning management system with just a few taps on your mobile device.

My.VUU Mobile has a completely new user interface specifically designed to meet the needs of mobile device users. Special attention was paid to the usage patterns of the mobile user.

My.VUU Mobile supports many of the My.VUU portlets and most of the eLearning portlets for students and faculty. Supported devices include:

  • Apple iOS devices (iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad) running iOS 3.2 - 6.0
  • Android devices running Google Android OS 2.1 - 2.3, 3.1, 4.x
  • Microsoft Windows Phone 7.x and 8.0
116th Baccalaureate and Commencement DVD Order Form (.pdf, 127K)
**New Phone System**
Vonage Polycomm Guide (.pdf, 124K)
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You are not authorized to use this portlet; It is only available to users in certain roles within the portal.
School of Mathematics, Sciences, & Technology
Virginia Union University's Weather Station

The Virginia Union University Weather Station
, managed by physicist Dr. Francis Mensah, is a set of instruments and sensors on the roof of the Ellison Hall building.  It is composed of an onset Wind Speed smart sensor to measure wind speed in in/s or in m/s, a HOBO S-WDA Wind Direction Smart Sensor for wind direction measurement, a HOBO S-BPB-CM50 Barometric Pressure Smart Sensor which measures the actual atmospheric pressure. In addition to all these devices, VUU weather station can measure the real time solar radiation using the HOBO Silicon Pyranometer Sensor, an onset rain gauge smart sensor for rainfall measurement, a temperature/RH smart sensor to measure temperature and relative humidity, and a powerful HOBO RX3000 Remote Monitoring Station Data Logger needed for recording and retrieving data from the other devices and for remote Communications.  All of the data and the respective graphs can be accessed with the link above.

The objective of the Virginia Union University Weather Station is to help the University community to know the real time campus weather conditions by measuring the most climate parameters. It will also be used for courses in Physics, Chemistry, Engineering, Biology, Environmental Science, and Computer Science. 


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Downloadable instructions for connecting to VUU-Guest-WIFI (.docx, 17K)


Connecting to the Secure Guest Wireless Network
Use your laptop’s standard procedure to select available wireless networks and connect to the one named “VUU-Guest-WIFI”.

  1. Open your internet browser.
  2. The Visitor Registration form webpage should open. If not, navigate to
  3. Complete the Visitor Registration form and click “Register”.
  4. You will receive and email and, if you provided your mobile number, a text message with your logon information.
  5. Once you have received the password, click “Log In”.
  6. Enter the email address you used to register, if it is not already populated, and the password you received. Click “Log In”.
  7. Once successfully connected, will open.


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