Student support services
If you're studying with us in Tauranga check out the campus services and support available to you.
We have a number of support services available to our students, including study and learning support, career development services and health and wellbeing services.
Student Information Centre
Our student admin team can help you with all general enquiries, including enrolment, study fees, exam timetables and setting up your Student ID card.
Our tutors provide free help and advice with your assignments, referencing, note-taking, exam preparation and other learning support.
Our Library offers many group and study spaces, computer suites, copying, printing and scanning facilities, and runs free tours and tutorials to help improve your learning.
Technology and computer systems
We have a lot of technology systems and computer software available for you to use, including free internet and WiFi, personal usernames and email addresses, and software downloads.
Our team of career development advisers run workshops, drop-in sessions and other events to help you get ready for your future career. They can help you write your CV and cover letter, learn interviewing skills, put you in touch with potential employers and they have lots of online resources you can use.
Employability Plus Programme
The Employability Plus Programme (EPP) gives you the opportunity to gain work-ready skills through volunteer activity with various organisations.
NxtStep - NZ's youth employment platform
NxtStep (formerly GradConnection) is a free platform that connects graduate students with employment opportunities.
Postgraduate student support
The Postgraduate Students’ Association (PGSA) run free events and workshops to help you make the most of postgraduate study.
Student Job Search
Student Job Search is a free online service you can use to find part-time, casual or full-time work while you study.
We have trained Counsellors to help you through whatever problems you’re facing, such as loneliness, stress, anxiety, depression, relationships and sexuality.
Our Disability Support Services range from learning support, alternative examination arrangements, access to assistive technologies and specialist staffing. Our campus facilities are also designed to enable universal access.
Justice of the Peace (JP)
We have many Justices of the Peace (JPs) on campus who can verify your documents for enrolment or other purposes. If you require the services of a Justice of the Peace, drop-in clinics run twice a week throughout 2017.
Location: Hamilton campus, M2.09 (Student Centre foyer by the lift)
Time: Tuesday 12.00 - 1.00 pm and Thursday 1.00 - 2.00 pm
There is no need to book, just turn up with all your required documents and the rostered JP will assist you.
Please note: Currently, there is no JP service available on the Tauranga campus
We have a team of qualified doctors and nurses on our Hamilton campus to look after your healthcare needs. Routine consultations and prescriptions are free if you enrol with Student Health Services.
We take the safety of our students, both on- and off-campus, very seriously. We have clear policies that set out the standards expected of staff, students and campus visitors, as well as the complaint procedures and consequences for those found to be in breach of these standards. As well as our security services, advice and support are available to help students stay safe. Read more about student safety.
If you need legal advice, budgeting or finance support, or feel like your voice isn’t being heard, the Waikato Students' Union (WSU) offer a range of advocacy services to help you.