Student equity team
Our office works to attract and support the most talented people from groups that are under-represented in the University's student population.
Undergraduate Targeted Admission Schemes (UTAS)
Information including UTAS policy, guidelines, entry requirements, people to contact and FAQs.
Find out more about scholarships, advice and support available for Māori students.
Read about scholarships, advice and support available for Pacific students at our University.
Students with disabilities
Student Disability Services support students with a range of impairments to succeed and excel within the University.
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex (LGBTI) students and staff
The University offers a range of initiatives aimed at providing support for LGBTI students and staff.
Students from refugee backgrounds
The University offers a range of initiatives aimed at providing support for students and staff from refugee backgrounds.
Students from low socio-economic backgrounds
Information and resources for students from low socio-economic backgrounds.
Students who are Carers
Information for staff and students who are Carers.
Students who are parents
Find out about Parent Spaces, Breastfeeding Spaces and Early Childhood Education centres at the University.
Information on alternative pathways to bridge the gap between secondary school and the University of Auckland
Tuākana is a University-wide mentoring and tutoring programme for Māori and Pacific students.
Family violence - It's Not OK
Find out about how the University can support students affected by family violence, and how you can help if someone you know is experiencing family violence.
Student Equity Events 2016
|Māori and Pacific Welcome||Monday 22 February||New University students|
|Polyfest||Wednesday 16 - Saturday 19 March|
|Kei a Tātou te Ihi (KATTI)||Wednesday 6 - Thursday 7 April||Year 13|
|PILOT||Wednesday 13 - Thursday 14 April (Family evening 14 April)||Year 13|
Wednesday 15 - Thursday 16 June (Family evening 16 June)
Friday 12 June (Waikato cohort)
|Kei a Tātou te Ihi (KATTI)||Wednesday 22 - Thursday 23 June||Year 12|
|STEAM Ahead||Tuesday 28 June||Year 13|
|Māori and Pacific Finance Evening||Wednesday 27 July||Year 12-13|
|Kei a Tātou te Ihi (KATTI)||Tuesday 9 - Wednesday 10 August||Year 11|
|Whāia Te Pae Tawhiti||Thursday 25 - Monday 29 August||Year 12-13|
|Kei a Tātou te Ihi (KATTI)||Tuesday 18 - Thursday 20 October||Year 10|
|PILOT||Wednesday 17 - Thursday 18 August (Family evening 18 August)||Year 11|
|PILOT||Wednesday 12 - Thursday 13 October (Family evening 13 October)||Year 10|
|BEAMS||Monday 28 November - Friday 2 December (Schools choose one day only)||Year 10|
Tuākana Contestable Fund
Kia Ora, Kia Orana, Fakaalofa lahi atu, Malo e lelei, Talofa lava, Bula vinaka and warm Pacific greetings
The purpose of the Tuākana Contestable Fund is to support the University's Māori and Pacific postgraduate students or potential postgraduate students who:
- Have been selected to present academic research papers at a national or international conference, wānanga, symposium, fono or another related event; and have the support of their academic supervisor.
- Would like to attend their first conference, wānanga, symposium, fono or other related event and will not be presenting papers (considered on a case by case basis).
- Are potential postgraduate students in their final year of undergraduate study who wish to attend and/or present at conferences (considered on a case by case basis).
- Priority will be given to first time applicants of this fund.
- To ensure that all students have the opportunity to access this fund, there is a limit to support up to two students - attending the same conference from the same faculty.
Please email Naomi Fuamatu (email@example.com) for any further enquiries.
Harassment and Bullying Information
The Auckland University Students' Association (AUSA) is committed to contributing to a work and study environment that is free from any form of harassment, including sexual harassment and discrimination. They find any form of harassment totally unacceptable and recognise the adverse effect such behaviour has on people who work and study in or use the AUSA facilities.
The Proctor is the primary reference point in the University for all matters relating to student conduct, including complaints against students, or disputes between students.
Phone: 09 923 7005
Mobile: 027 839 3832
Office hours: Tuesdays 10am-12pm
Office location: Old Choral Hall, room G40
Find out more about the University Proctor