Information today is very important especially in academic institutions like schools and universities. Students are updated through the information posted in the bulletin boards. As the researchers conducted a survey in the University of Immaculate Conception among Information Technology students regarding the effectiveness of the use of the bulletin boards, the researchers found that several students find the bulletin boards alone are inefficient. When announcements are posted in the bulletin boards, some students mostly rely on texts messages from their classmates rather than checking it personally. Hence, the researchers came up with this study which aimed to aid the students in getting the necessary information of posted announcements without necessarily checking the bulletin boards. As an offshoot of the study, a desktop application that uses a modem as a third party to send messages to students via Short Messaging Service (SMS) was developed. It can interact with students by means of processing student’s inquiry using specific keywords. Keywords are pre-defined so that the application can process the inquiries specifically and provide the best output.