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The Student Recruitment team are the people you can talk to if you’re still working out what you want to study, or if you know what you want to study, and want to take the next steps.
We have Pasifika student advisers ready to answer your questions, and help you along the pathway to lifelong learning.
At the start of each semester, alongside the usual orientation activities, we host Pasifika orientation events on each campus. These are a great way to help you settle into your new environment, meet other Pasifika students and staff, and find out who’s who, and the range of services available on and off campus.
There are Pasifika Learning Advisors based in the National Centre for Teaching and Learning (NCTL) on each campus. The centres provide a range of learning development services and resources to enhance student success. Their staff are committed to supporting your study and they encourage students to take advantage of the excellent services they offer on each campus and virtually for distance learners.
The MANATOA programme is available to all our first year students (internal and distance) studying at Massey University. Mentors are second and final year student who provide pastoral and academic study skills support, and who will guide you along your journey.
When you study at Massey University you will have access to a number of academic support services, resources and people who can help you to enhance your academic skills including:
In the library at the Auckland Campus we’re developing a Pasifika research collection of books. It is housed on Level 3, and books can be identified by the frangipani label on the spine of the material. The collection holds books, print journals, and audio visual material with Pasifika content.
View our Pasifika FAQs for answers to common questions about studying at Massey.
Each campus has a designated space for our students to study and relax in, as well as connect with our Pasifika staff.
Quad A Building
Facilities available: Fridge/microwave/ tea, coffee and milo provided, computer and study area.
Facilities available: computer lab, free WiFi, printing, study and meeting space, cooking and tea facilities, and shower.
Fale Bilong Iumi
There are a number of people in our colleges which can provide you with support. For details see in-college support.
Being a successful student isn't just about academics - you need to look after yourself as well. We have a range of health and counselling services and support options.
Disability Services at Massey University provide a range of services and support for internal and distance students who have health and disability issues that are impacting on their study.
Chaplains are here to support students through their time at Massey University.
Our student associations aim to make sure that our students enjoy the best university experience possible. They provide leadership to the student body and are also student advocates to the university and wider community.
Stream is Massey's online learning platform.
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Last updated on Wednesday 18 December 2019