University of StrathclydeStrathApp

Everything you need in the palm of your hand

StrathApp provides real-time, on-the-go, anytime information to support you during your time with us.

By logging in using your DS username and password, you'll have access to your student card, class timetable, exam results, and more.

Watch our video to find out everything you need to know about the StrathApp:

Life at Strathclyde

  • get your personalised class and exam timetables
  • easy access to your digital student card
  • from classes to cafés, navigate Strathclyde with our interactive campus map
  • StrathReps: contact your faculty and programme reps
  • find out about events and other activities from Strath Union, Careers, and more
  • identify student support services that can support you when you need them 

Coursework & exams

  • keep track of coursework deadlines and submissions
  • access past exam papers easily
  • receive important notifications such as registration and results directly to your device
  • view your coursework and module results

Library services & studying on campus

  • access the Library with your library card in the app
  • book group study spaces in the Library
  • check your Library account to see which books you have on loan
  • access the Library search tool and find the books you need
  • find an available PC on Campus

Your digital student card is easily accessible at the top right of your home screen. If you tap, you can flip the card over to reveal your library card.

For quick access to the services you use most frequently, add them to your list of ‘favourites’, which is accessible through the homepage. While there, you can also check the dynamic ‘Recommended’ section, where useful services for various times of the year will be highlighted, to make sure you are never missing out.

Please read the Strathclyde Mobile App Privacy Notice before logging in to the App.

The Mobile App Service is responsible for the development, delivery, hosting, advice, and guidance of Mobile Apps for the University of Strathclyde. For further information on procuring or developing mobile apps, please refer to the Mobile App Developments Policy.