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For All Our Futures
UoA student confirmed with TB, but considered low risk
Friday 7 May: The University is working closely with the Auckland Regional Public Health Service (ARPHS).
OGGB Carpark upgrade
Thursday 8 April: Information about today’s carpark upgrade at the Sir Owen G Glenn Building (OGGB).
Covid-19 information for our community
Tuesday 23 March: With the exception of examinations, all teaching, learning and research activities are on campus, according to the standard timetable.
Contact tracing on campus: NZ COVID Tracer app
Friday 12 March 2021: You are encouraged to keep track of where you have been by continuing to use the Government’s NZ COVID Tracer app with Bluetooth turned on, when on and moving about campus.
Consultation open on revised University Smokefree Policy
Wednesday 10 February: In light of the 2020 changes to NZ legislation on Smokefree Environments, the University’s Smokefree Policy needs to be updated to be compliant with the new legislation, and a proposed draft policy has been developed.
Government opens borders for 1000 returning international students
Monday 14 January: The University is pleased that the Government has confidence in the processes at the border and beyond to welcome a new cohort of international students in coming months.
Response to Anne-Marie Brady review
Friday 11 December: The University of Auckland acknowledges the findings of the University of Canterbury Council which considered recommendations from its Academic Freedom Committee.
Statement from the University of Auckland Council
Tuesday 8 December 2020: A statement to the University of Auckland Community regarding the purchase of a residential property in 2019.
University of Auckland’s statement on Office of the Auditor-General’s review
Wednesday 2 December 2020: The Office of the Auditor-General (OAG) published its report today (Wednesday 2 December 2020) on the University of Auckland’s purchase in December 2019 of a residential property.
Move to online exams for the remainder of Semester Two
Friday 13 November 2020: Auckland remains at Alert Level 1, and people can return to the Auckland CBD however, caution is advised. The University has therefore made the decision to move all remaining Semester Two examinations online.
Important information for both students and staff
Thursday 12 November 2020: The University confirms that all examinations scheduled to be held on Friday 13 November on the central Auckland campuses (City, Grafton, Newmarket and Epsom) will be held online instead.
Chancellor comment on University property purchase
Thursday 22 October 2020: University of Auckland Chancellor Scott St John.
Border exceptions for international PhD students
Monday 12 October: The New Zealand government announced the introduction of a border exception category that will allow 250 international postgraduate students to return to New Zealand to continue their studies.
Blackbaud data incident: important information
Wednesday 29 July: We have been informed by Blackbaud, the world’s largest provider of not-for-profit database management software, that a recent data security breach involved information on alumni, donors and other related groups from the University of Auckland.
A statement from the University
Tuesday 9 June: The death of George Floyd.
Update from the Vice-Chancellor
Thursday 9 April: With two weeks of lockdown now behind us, you may be interested to know more about the University’s plans for when the Government lowers the COVID-19 Alert Level to Level 3, or even Level 2, in the coming weeks.
University of Auckland student tests positive for Covid-19
Wednesday 25 March: The University of Auckland has confirmed that one of its students in the Business School has tested positive for COVID-19.
Message from the Vice-Chancellor on Teaching Free Week and possible campus closure
Friday 20 March: Message from the Vice-Chancellor Professor Dawn Freshwater to all staff.
The University's values restated
Friday 24 January 2020: The University of Auckland’s position is unequivocal: we are committed to being safe, inclusive and equitable for all our staff and students.
City campus closedown and road closure for Laneway Festival 2020
Monday 17 January: Information about City Campus and road closures on Monday 27 January 2020.
University statement on international student enrolment termination
Thursday 10 January 2020: This statement responds to media and social media discussion on the termination of a student's enrolment.
NCEA and Cambridge International students
Wednesday 8 January 2020: Important information concerning NCEA and Cambridge International results.