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There are options for seeking advice both on and off campus if you have been alleged to have engaged in harmful behaviours.
The Student Life Manager on your campus can provide you confidential information and advice about the support available within and external to the University. They can help you understand what is involved in a formal misconduct process, what your rights are, and work with you to identify your needs and ensure you are receiving appropriate support.
There are a number of other support options available for you—both on and off campus.
Students’ association Student Advocates are independent from the University and can help you understand your options, rights and responsibilities, and help raise an issue or make a complaint.
Students can access general practice medical services and confidential counselling support on campus.
If you are living in one of the University’s residential halls and want to talk to someone you can contact the hall's Duty Manager or a Residential Assistant.
This is free call or text anytime, 24 hours a day. You can talk or text a trained counsellor for free. Text or call on 1737.
This is a 24/7 phone and web service connecting you to a trained specialist at any time for information about medical, emotional and behavioural issues related to harmful experiences. They provide:
They can speak to you in over 40 different languages—ask about the language line when you call. You can call them on 0800 044 334 or visit safetotalk.nz.
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Last updated on Monday 09 September 2019