The Campus Prayer app, designed and built by Claim Your Campus in partnership with See You At The Pole, mobilizes middle and high school students to bring change to their campus through prayer. The Campus Prayer app provides the content, tools and ideas to mobilize student-led prayer groups. Schools can be challenging environments for you to express your faith. The Campus Prayer app offers the opportunity for positive change. This app connects you not only to your campus, but to a national, growing network of students just like you that are praying on campus. When you show up to pray, you have everything you need to both lead a prayer group and to grow your group by adding more friends.

The partnership between Claim Your Campus + See You At The Pole has taken the moment of campus prayer and turned it into a movement. See You At The Pole groups meet once a year to pray; Claim Your Campus meets once a week to pray. Together, our vision is student-led prayer on all 67,000 middle and high schools in America. If 15 students met for prayer once a week at every school, there would be 1 million students united in prayer! Join the movement because #PrayerEqualsChange.

What’s New

Version 2.1.0

Updates to some content to help the user move through the app.

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
18 Ratings

18 Ratings

46(()( ,

Great app, lots of potential

I would love it if they added a feature to put a name and description on prayer groups you create. I hold a prayer group once a month and would love to be able to put specific dates in the prayer group settings. The app has great intentions behind it and with some more updates to improve customizability, it would really unify my school in prayer!

Justin7089 ,

Love it!

This is app is great and it changes lives! Would recommend to everyone!

nattlebeez ,


I reeeeeaally like the idea, it’s great and it seems to work for other people, but my school doesn’t show up AND it won’t let me create an account. It keeps saying an account with my email has already been created, but when I go to do a password reset to see if I was hacked or whatever, it says I spelled the email address wrong.

App Privacy

The developer, Jeff Eckart, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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The developer will be required to provide privacy details when they submit their next app update.


  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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