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As a Science student, there are a range of support services available for you to call upon.
If you feel like you need support or guidance with your studies, talking to one of our friendly advisers can help.
Read our Student Survival Guide, get involved with student organisations and find out about exciting extra-curricular activities.
Welcome to the Student Hubs. Our friendly staff will provide you with advice on any aspect of your studies and life at the University of Auckland.
Our Māori and Pacific students can receive tutorial support, course information and exam workshops through the Tuākana mentoring programme.
Science Scholars is an exciting programme for students from New Zealand and abroad who are passionate about science.
A voluntary programme for first-year Science students aimed at enabling academic success, community connection and personal development.
The Assistance Room is a free drop-in tutoring space to support Science undergraduates with their studies.
There are many tasks you can get done here, including picking up and dropping off assignments.
Plan and prepare for your future work and life with the help of our range of workshops, events and services.
We are committed to promoting, developing and monitoring equity policies and best practice for all our students and staff.
Details of health, medical and counselling services in the University.
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