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A safe, confidential and free service that supports the health, wellbeing and safety of everyone at University.
AUSA Advocacy offers free support, advice and information to students. Their advocacy service is professional, confidential, and 100% independent.
We believe that every person in New Zealand is entitled to safe, competent, and respectful care. We offer health, medical and counselling services.
Creating a safe, inclusive and equitable educational environment for students with disabilities at the University of Auckland.
Learn about the support services available and communities you can join as a Māori student at the University of Auckland.
We value all our Pacific students and your families, and we will do everything we can to help you succeed.
Find out how to get advice and support as an international student.
If you wish to make a formal complaint, or choose to disclose or report an incident to the University, there are a number of avenues to follow.
As part of its commitment to being safe, inclusive and equitable, the University has policies and processes for addressing bullying and harassment.
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