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Welcome to Massey! We hope that you enjoy your time with us. Starting university and settling in to study routines can take a little bit of time. It is important that you take the time early in the semester to ensure you are all set up and have good study routines in place. This section gives you a few hints and tips about things you can do before joining us, as well as things you can do in your first few weeks of study.
If you have any questions or you're not sure of something, Student Success Advisers are available on each campus to help.
Orientation programmes run on all campuses and if you're a distance student you have the option attend one at a campus near you or use the online orientation course in Stream. Find out about orientation dates, venues and programme information.
Courses are available that provide you with the opportunity to brush up on your academic and study skills in preparation for university study. Find out about our university skills programmes.
There are a lot of people you can contact for help with your study choices and assignments. Our Student Success Advisers can help with your tertiary study and university life. Support is also available from our Māori student recruitment advisors and Pasifika learning advisors. Find out more about getting help from these teams.
Do you want to maximise your start and achieve academic success at Massey while making new friends? Massey is launching a free first year strengths-based development programme for undergraduate students to help you achieve success and find your place at Massey. Find out more about the Strengths@Massey programme.
Students helping students! Massey Guides are students who have applied, been selected and trained to provide voluntary support to new students as they undertake their first year of study at Massey University.
Find out more about Massey Guides
The Massey Uni app brings you essential info while you are on the move. The app is primarily designed for students at Massey University's three campuses (Albany, Manawatū and Wellington). However, the app has features (like the map) that are useful to anyone visiting one of the above campuses. Click here for more information.
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Last updated on Monday 16 January 2017