An alum sends this article about the iStanford application in and I think their inclination is right about applying it to the Claremont Colleges.
Here are the essential paragraphs:
Students can use iStanford to look up anyone in the campus directory and call or e-mail them with a tap on the phone; search for class schedules and e-mail professors; add and drop classes; find campus buildings without a paper map; and view game scores and schedules.
As smartphone mania spread across the nation's college campuses, more than 50 other schools adopted some form of smartphone campus navigation tool, modeled after Stanford's groundbreaking app. Most were created with the assistance of the team that developed iStanford and who now work for Blackboard.com, a teaching and learning company with an office in San Francisco.
Of course I think it would be a lot cooler if you could edit the content in much the same way you edit the Claremont McKenna webpage, which would make the content more dynamic.
The downside of an iClaremont application is that we'd get a lot more of the Steve Jobs cult interested in our campus, which I think is probably a net loss. I fear them. They control the internet.