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As a student at Massey University, you have access to a wide range of study support services and resources that are designed to help you enhance your academic skills at all levels of study.
Find out about the many club and group you can join at Massey.
Disability Services at Massey University provide a range of services and support students who have ongoing health and disability issues that are impacting on their study. This involves identifying how an ongoing health or disability issue is making study more difficult, and how students can be accommodated to focus on their chosen programme of study.
The Distance Volunteers are a network of current, experienced distance students who are willing to be part of a contact network for Massey University distance students, and work towards building a sense of community within regions.
Find out about the people and services available to help you manage your finances.
Massey University endeavors to provide an environment that is free from harassment. If you feel another person at Massey is harassing you - a staff member or student - there is support available. Seeking help to resolve the harassment is a brave and positive step. A Harassment Contact Person (HCP) will guide you through the process.
Each campus has an international support office to help answer your questions and provide you with a range of services and support while you are studying with us. This includes information on the Campus, enrolment processes, assisting with visa renewals, accommodation arrangements and airport college.
Massey University is committed to supporting a learning environment that is free from sexually harmful behaviours. You are entitled to study, socialise, and work in an environment of safety and respect. We take reports of concerning behaviour seriously.
Chaplains are here to support students through their time at Massey University. They have a holistic understanding of life as physical, emotional, intellectual and spiritual. For that reason they offer a variety of events, and they are also around just to listen.
Massive magazine is written by students for students. With 8 issues during the year, Massive is a monthly publication during semesters. Produced from Massey's Wellington campus, the magazine is distributed to all three campuses and is also available online.
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Last updated on Tuesday 21 January 2020