Have a look at some of the services on offer at our Grafton and Tāmaki Campuses.
There are childcare facilities across all campuses. Find out more about childcare facilities at Tāmaki and Grafton Campuses. In addition to the early childhood centres at Grafton, there are changing mat facilities in the disabled toilet next to the faculty Student Centre.
Computer Assisted Learning for the Mind (CALM)
CALM is an online resource for practising mindfulness and developing holistic mental wellness. You can access this resource on the CALM website.
If you’re struggling with stress, mental illness, a difficult life situation or just need someone to talk to, we encourage you to make use of our free counselling services available to all students. Counselling sessions are based at City Campus, with the Grafton clinic operating a few days a week.
Student Disability Services provides support for students with a wide range of impairments, both visible and invisible. Find out more about the services on offer.
Filming request form
Students or external parties wishing to film or take photos on Grafton or Tāmaki Campuses must request permission. Photography and filming permissions for external use covers the normal equipment and extends to photographs and video taken on a mobile phone.
Food on campus
At Grafton Campus, you can enjoy a range of cafe meals, snacks and drinks at Superfino Cafe. The licensed cafeteria complex provides the faculty's students and staff with a place to both study and socialise. Open Monday-Thursday 7.30am-6pm and Friday 7.30am-7pm.
There are vending machines in the Student Centre Commons and Student Lounge, hot water and microwave in the Student Lounge behind the cafe (available during Philson opening hours).
At Tāmaki Campus, Café Aurora offers fresh food such as pasta and salads, sandwiches, cakes and coffee. It caters for a medium budget and is available to all campus residents. Open Monday to Friday 7.30am-4pm.
There is a vending machine for your convenience located in the courtyard between Buildings 730 and 721 and a microwave is available for student use in room 733.203.
Justices of the Peace and Notary services
Dr Adrian Blaser is a Justice of the Peace based at the Grafton Campus. Drop-in sessions are on Tuesdays, 12-1pm. Go to the small meeting room 505-110b (inside the Daneary/School of Medical Sciences administration area). No appointment necessary. Please also provide your own copies of original documentation. JP services include: Certifying copies, Statutory Declarations, Affidavits, Witnessing of signature.
Dr Deborah Schlichting is a JP based at Auckland Hospital, Building 599, level 12, room 12035. Appointments can be made via email.
Mrs Tina Eliot is a Justice of the Peace based at Tāmaki Campus. Appointments must be made in advance by phone or email. The other local opportunity is at the Glen Innes Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB).
If you need documents notarised, contact:
Stewart Germann LL.B, B.Com
Phone: +64 9 308 9925
Ground Floor, Princes Court
2 Princes Street
Lockers are available for students at Grafton Campus and are located next to the Student Centre or by the Robb Lecture Theatre in the basement area. These are free and are issued on a first-come, first-served basis. You must register your locker with the faculty's Student Centre.
All lockers must be emptied for the summer. The deadline for this is 15 December. Lockers are available for students at Tāmaki Campus with a deposit of $5. Please apply at the reception.
Located at Grafton Campus, the Optometry Clinic offers free eye tests for University of Auckland and AUT students. Find out more at the Optometry Clinic's website.
There are Parents Rooms available at Grafton and Tāmaki Campuses for all our faculty staff and students who need to prepare formula, feed or breastfeed their infants, or who need to express breastmilk.
There is no prayer space available at Grafton Campus. However, an agreement has been reached with Auckland City Hospital for our staff and students to use the Multi Faith (including Muslim) Prayer Space on Level 6 of Auckland Hospital. There is also a newly completed prayer space for Muslim Students on the City Campus.
Prayer rooms are available at the Tāmaki Innovation Campus and are for anyone from any religious denomination. Rooms 731.302 and 731.303 are open Monday to Friday from 9am-5pm.
Quiet study space
In addition to the Philson Library and Information Commons, students at Grafton Campus may use designated teaching rooms for quiet study, on a drop-in basis. This information will be updated weekly.
Students may book a room at Grafton Campus for appropriate group activities where spaces are available. To make a booking, complete and email the room request form.
Please note that if you are wishing to book a room for after hours (after 6pm) there is an additional safety checklist that is required to be completed. Please email the completed form along with your room request form above. All Unisafe staff are first aid trained.
To book a breakout room at Tāmaki Campus, please contact the school's reception.
Men's and women's showers are located on Grafton Campus in the basement of Building 503, near the main entrance of the Robb Lecture Theatre.
Join a faculty student association and meet other students to take part in events and activities. There’s an association for everyone, so why not find one?