The Wellness Centre has Nurses and Doctors onsite and are able to provide free or very low cost care for a range of medical and mental health concerns.
A free, confidential services that can help with personal issues which may be impacting on students studies and/or life.
(Part of Te Puna Waiora)
Access4Success offers study support and services to suit students with a range of disabilities or injuries.
Help with visa or insurance support, choosing or changing your course or study programme, connect you with events and each other.
Our Subject Librarians are professionally qualified librarians, focusing on information literacy teaching, resource acquisition and research support.
Learning Centre offers all students free help to improve academic reading and writing, study and math skills. This is primarily done through scheduled and student-requested workshops, drop in, small group and one to one appointments with Learning Advisors.
We offer support services for all students including cultural support, pastoral guidance and Māori community development.
For a range of services to students, such as career planning, job hunting, interview tips and employment opportunities.
Support students through anything that impacts on their study experience, mentoring opportunities, access support for financial hardship & basic budgeting advice. By Appointment Only
Information about scholarships is available for students and staff.
Can assist Pacific students seeking: • Course information • Pastoral Support • Financial Support • Scholarship Advice
The Pacific Centre also: • Runs Pacific Orientation • Pacific Fanau Evenings • Has spaces for study or to hang out with other students.
Getting involved in clubs and sports it's a great way to make the most of student life.
Students can book a group study room at each of the library locations.
Student Central (Te Pae Kōrero) is your one-stop shop for help on campus, where you can ask us anything.
You can get advice and support on academic, legal and welfare issues. Students can send their complaints directly to Unitec – but might benefit from talking with student advocates.
The Multifaith chaplaincy service provides an inclusive and holistic approach to spirituality. The team of volunteer chaplains support students and staff of all faiths as well as those with no particular faith. They are nonjudgemental of personal lifestyles and are there to assist everyone.
(Part of Te Puna Waiora)
Students can send their complaints directly to Unitec – but might benefit from talking with student advocates.