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Māori Language Week at the University of Auckland 13-19 September 2021
13 September 2021: The University of Auckland | Waipapa Taumata Rau celebrates Māori Language Week 2021
Covid-19 information for our community
Monday 13 September: We have made the decision to remain in online teaching and learning mode for the rest of Semester Two, regardless of alert level.
Student and staff device requests
Thursday 9 September: To support all students and staff with their remote learning and working requirements for technology devices (laptops and WI-Fi connections), all approved requests are now able to be couriered during Alert Level 4 lockdown.
University locations of interest
Thursday 9 September: There are no University locations of interest.
Contact tracing on campus: NZ COVID Tracer app
Wednesday 18 August: Only approved essential staff are permitted on campus, and they must use the Government's NZ COVID Tracer app to record where they go.
Power failure on the City Campus, Sector 200
Sunday 15 August: The power outage in Sector 200 of the City Campus has now been resolved, with mains power restored to all buildings around 7.30pm on Saturday 14 August.
OGGB Carpark upgrade
Tuesday 10 August: Information about carparking payment methods at the Sir Owen G Glenn Building (OGGB).
Feedback for the Freedom of Expression policy draft
The University of Auckland is seeking feedback on drafted recommendations regarding freedom of expression.
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).
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.
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