When Auckland University College opened in May 1883, the Governor of New Zealand, Sir William Jervois spoke of the significance "of placing the advantages of a university within the reach of every man and woman of Auckland ...and that for all time".
Read the compelling story of the University’s growth from small beginnings to a world-class university.
A window into the University's past: columns published during the 2008 125th Jubilee year.
Find out about the history of The University of Auckland’s most iconic building, the ClockTower.
Find out about the history of Old Government House, situated in The University of Auckland's city campus.
Find out about the origins of the McGregor Museum, available to Biological Sciences students and staff at The University of Auckland.
Auckland University Press currently publishes around 25 books a year and are widely recognised for excellence.
Find out about the history of The University of Auckland's Summer Shakespeare productions.
Find out about the history of the conservation area of The University of Auckland's grounds.
Find out about the history of The University of Auckland's Art Collection.
Find out about the history of The University of Auckland’s Waipapa Marae.
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