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Massey Guides are senior students who volunteer during orientation week and at other events throughout the year. Find out what's involved and how you can apply to be a Massey Guide.
Massey offers a variety of childcare facilities and services at or near our campuses. Further information can be found here.
The University has a number of people available to assist you with budgeting and finance matters. Find out about the people and services available to help you manage your finances.
Academic advising is primarily about establishing a good fit between you as an individual and a particular programme of study. We would like to help you make the right decisions. These are people who can give you the course advice you need to meet your personal study goals.
Disability Services at Massey University provide a range of services and support for internal and distance students who have ongoing health and disability issues that are impacting on their study.
Disability Services strives to provide a flexible and responsive service that is focused on a student’s individual needs. This involves identifying how an ongoing health or disability issue is making study more difficult, and how Massey University can accommodate students so they can focus on their chosen programme of study.
The Student Success Adviser is there to assist students to successfully integrate into university life and academic study, to support their success at tertiary study.
Although every student aims to succeed, sometimes this may not happen as expected. Students may find it difficult to adjust to the demands of university life, the tertiary study environment, academic expectations and the responsibilities that students have to deal with on top of their studies.
Use this website section to find out about the services we offer and how these services work.
This website provides information that will ease your entry into Massey University. It contains details about mentoring programmes, learning support, campus facilities, student organisations, scholarships, and forthcoming events. It introduces you to Māori@Massey, in particular how we are organised and where we are eg, the central role of the Office of the Assistant Vice Chancellor (Māori and Pasifika), key college Māori schools such as Te Putahi a Toi (School of Māori Art, Knowledge and Education) and college centres including Te Au Rangahau (Māori Business Research and Leadership Centre).
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Last updated on Monday 17 September 2018