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Mātātaki | The Challenge
Everything you need to know about being a new student, life on campus and how we can support you.
Find out what to expect at your Semester One Orientation sessions and your first few weeks of classes at University.
Choose your courses, and schedule classes using our timetable planner.
Kāhu will keep you up-to-date with your Orientation schedule, and help you find your way around campus.
Get involved in university life through our clubs, sports teams and volunteering opportunities.
Second and third year students share the advice they would give to their first-year selves!
AUSA is a voluntary service committed to representing and advocating for students at the University. It is run by students for students, and is free to join!
Follow the What's On Facebook page to stay on top of student events across the University.
Explore course options, and learn about specialised support services available.
Our broad range of services include academic and learning support, mentoring, and health and counselling.
Discover what the alert levels mean for University operations, and read up on how you can safely learn and socialise on campus.
Follow our top tips to ensure you're in the loop and know what to expect in the case of disruption by Covid-19 changes
An archive of emails sent to new students.
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