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Kāinga Rua offers students the opportunity to live with full privacy in spacious single and twin share rooms with en-suite bathrooms, while using shared common areas to cook and eat. This hall is perfect for those wanting to transition from school to university but are not yet ready to take up the commitments of sharing a flat. It is located within a short walk to the campus, with the full support of a pastoral care team and events and initiatives that foster academic success and build strong life skills.
Massey Wellington’s two halls, The Cube and Kāinga Rua, will share inter hall events and activities, while offering distinctive experiences to residents. The same pastoral care team will ensure the hall experience is cohesive and positive with 24/7 support for residents.
Spacious living with either a double bed or 2 singles, a desk and chair, a wardrobe, a storage unit with a mini fridge and heating. Small en-suite bathroom. No cooking allowed in rooms.
Spacious living for two people with two single beds, desks and chairs, wardrobes, a storage unit with a mini fridge and heating. Small en-suite bathroom. No cooking allowed in rooms.
Two shared lounge areas for socializing and open grass courtyards for outdoor enjoyment. A study room and a movie room are also available 24/7. The cooking areas are shared and are open daily from 7am to 10pm.
The hall provider is Freedom Internet, which offer pre-paid packages for residents. The plans below can be purchased via the Freedom Internet portal while in the hall.
The promotional plans below can only be purchased through the Freedom Internet website since they are available for limited times during the year:
As this hall is self-catered accommodation, students need to purchase groceries and prepare their own meals. We estimate that $100-$120 should be sufficient for a week's worth of groceries however, this will depend on personal preferences. You may find your first grocery bills are higher as you set your pantry up.
The 2019 rental rates include reasonable usage of power and gas. In the unlikely event that resident's power usage exceeds a reasonable level, they will be responsible for paying the additional costs.
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Last updated on Tuesday 14 August 2018
Anyone wanting to leave the halls before the end of their Residential Agreement must speak to the office before moving out. There are guidelines for withdrawal and early release from the agreement is only granted under specific circumstances. See below to read about the Early Release from Residential Agreement guidelines.