This thesis studies the potential application of Progressive Web Applications (PWAs for short) on university systems to improve user engagement on the website and provide an inexpensive and non-coding-intensive way to make the websites mobile- friendly. A Progressive Web App (PWA) is a website that looks and behaves as if it is an application (Uminn). The architecture of the PWA is built to adapt to any modern web- browsing capable devices, including mobile and desktop while implementing features like local caching to make the website behave as if it is stored locally. I developed a prototype website to showcase the functionality and architecture of the PWA to adapt to any modern web-browsing capable devices, including mobile and desktop, and implemented features like local caching and push notifications to make the website behave as if it is stored locally. The thesis will discuss the process of setting up the PWA architecture for any website, choosing between a content management system or framework for the backend code, best practices for setting up the PWA, cybersecurity concerns for modern websites, and user feedback and a climate survey on the Tulane campus.