To support your study, the Massey University Library provides a large collection of print and online resources, covering all subjects taught from the campus. Our helpful specialist staff can help you with all your queries. The Library also has study spaces, and computer, printing and photocopying facilities.
Location: Main concourse, opposite the Student Centre
Phone: Free phone inside New Zealand: 0800 468 542
Phone outside New Zealand: +64 6 951 6399
Centre for Learner Success
We offer students a range of academic help and study support at all levels, from undergraduates to PhD candidates. Our services include help with writing, study and maths skills.
Location: Student Centre, Level 2, plus The Library, Level 1
Phone: +64 06 951 6540
Computers for students
The campus has computer labs with PCs for students to use.
Undergraduate students can use these computer labs.
- Room 1, Science Tower B.
- Room 1.12, Social Science Tower.
- Room 1.16, Social Science Tower.
- Psychology Building computer lab.
Postgraduate students can use this computer lab.
- Room 1.13, Social Science Tower.
The Library also has computers for students, with library and IT support staff available to assist you. Some halls of residence also have small computer labs.
Campus information centre and cashier services – Mōhiohio
Our Campus Information teams can provide you with guidance and support you along your journey with the University. Our friendly on-campus teams are knowledgeable, experienced and dedicated to helping you. Some of the services we offer are:
- General understanding of our programmes and courses
- Admission and enrolment assistance
- Fee enquiries and payments
- Connecting with key student support services at Massey University
- Other general service enquiries
Location: Level 2, Registry Building, main concourse (beside the Library), Tennant Drive
Hours: Monday to Friday, 8.30am to 4.30pm
Campus Books bookshop stocks course textbooks, legislation and stationery. You can buy from our store or online.
Hours: Monday to Friday, 9am to 4pm
Location: Student Centre, main concourse
Phone: +64 6 354 6020
Te Rau Tauawhi
Our Māori student centre offers manaakitanga, support and advice to Māori students.
Kainga Rua and Fale Pasifika
Kainga Rua and Fale Pasifika are great places to study for tangata whenua and tangata Pasifika students. You can meet mentors and peer tutors for assistance, and use a shared kitchen, computers and other resources.
Location: YFC (Young Farmers Club) Building, Rehab Road
Scholarships staff can give you information, application forms and advice on applying for scholarships and awards offered by Massey University and other organisations.
Location: Financial Services office, Level 2, Registry Building
Phone: +64 6 326 9099 extension 83580
We're the only university in New Zealand with a dedicated airfield where you can fly single- and twin-engine planes. Use our state-of-the-art flight simulator to fly bigger planes virtually.
Where to eat
The Dining Hall
Students staying in Massey university halls can have their meals in the Dining Hall.
Location: Student Centre, main concourse
- Monday to Friday, 7am to 7pm
- Saturday and Sunday, 8am to 7pm
MUSA cafeteria and shop
Location: Student Centre, main concourse
Hours during semesters:
- Monday to Thursday, 8am to 6.30pm
- Friday 8am to 5pm
Hours during semester breaks: Monday to Friday, 8am to 4pm
Wharerata historic homestead
Café food and menu available Monday to Friday.
Location: Opposite the Social Sciences Tower
Hours: Monday to Friday 8.30am to 2.30pm
Student life facilities
Massey University Student Associations (MUSA)
MUSA is run by students for students. We run clubs and societies to join, provide advocacy and accommodation services, and equipment hire. We also run Radio Control and the MUSA shop. Come and see us at the Student Centre.
Location: Student Centre, main concourse (opposite the Library)
Our helpful Accommodation Office staff can give you help and advice about student accommodation and residential life on the Manawatū campus.
Location: Corner of University Avenue and Rehab Road
Phone: 06 951 6300
We offer high-quality early childhood education.
Hours: Weekdays, 7.45am drop off to 5.15pm pick up
Location: Bourke Rd
Phone: +64 6 280 2763
Te Pūtahi-a-Toi has a rūnanga room and a wharekai – Toi Te Ora – where we can manaaki visitors, students and staff.
Location: Te Pūtahi-a-Toi, School of Māori Knowledge, He Pūmanawa Hauora Building, Bourke Road
Chaplaincy service – Minita whakapono
Regular events are held by the University Chaplains at Te Waiora, including our famous pancake night on Wednesdays.
Location: Te Waiora, Colombo Rd (by the bus loop)
Phone: +64 6 356 9099 extension 85907
Islamic Prayer Centre
The prayer room is open to all who wish to pray there.
Location: Between the Vet Tower and the Ag Hort complex on University Avenue (the ring road).
Sport and Recreation Centre
Massey Sport and Recreation Centre facilities include a fully equipped fitness centre, multi-use sports hall, squash courts, climbing wall, rugby and soccer fields, Manawatū athletics track and Massey University Equestrian Centre.
Hours: Monday to Friday, 6.00am to 10.00pm; Saturday & Sunday, 9.00am to 8.00pm. (Hours vary in holidays.)
Location: Orchard Rd, opposite the big carpark
Phone: +64 6 350 5080 extension 85529
Campus security, emergencies, lost and found
We have an on-campus security service available 24 hours, seven days a week, and a Campus Community Constable. They are co-located with the Operations and Security Group. The Security Help Desk can help you retrieve items that have been lost and found on campus.
In emergencies, call 111. Then call the Security Help Desk, who will dispatch Massey Security to assist emergency services.
Location: Facilities Management complex on Colombo Road
Phone: +64 6 356 9099 extension 85030
Security after-hours phone: 0800 627 750
Emergency: Call 111
Report lost property
Tour Manawatū campus
Start your journey with a tour of the Massey Manawatū campus.
Guided campus walking tours
One of our current students will take you on a one-hour tour around some of the key parts of the Manawatū campus, giving you an insight into what life's really like as a Massey student.
After the tour, you’ll meet with a Student Recruitment Adviser who can answer your questions about courses, entry requirements and the Massey student experience.
The guided walking tour visits only selected areas and facilities on campus and can cover rough ground and stairs. Please wear comfortable shoes and clothing.
Groups of 10 or more should contact the SRA directly. All future students, their families, alumni and the wider community are welcome.
Massey Uni app for maps
Get campus information and maps in your pocket with the Massey Uni app.
Facilities for the public
The Veterinary Teaching Hospital clinic is available to the local community. Since many members of staff have specialised experience, the hospital accepts referrals from veterinarians all over New Zealand.
Our 24-hour Pet Emergency Centre is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
The Equine Clinic and Farm Services Clinic are also open by appointment for emergencies 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Hours: All clinics are open Monday to Friday, 8:00am to 5:30pm.
Location: University Avenue (the ring road), by the Veterinary Sciences building
Phone: +64 6 356 9099 extension 85301
Pet Emergency Centre phone: 0800 738 363
Graze your horse at the only equestrian centre at a New Zealand university. Stables, paddocks, yards and our large all-weather arena are open all year.
If you are planning an event or conference and want to hire facilities on Manawatū campus, please contact Hospitality Services. Some other facilities can also be hired for events, like the Massey Sport and Recreation Centre.
Campus Information Centre, Manawatū campus
Monday to Friday, 8.30am to 4.30pm
+64 6 356 9099 ext 84000
Level 2, Registry Building, main concourse (beside the Library), Tennant Drive
Massey's Manawatū campus in Palmerston North offers a range of furnished accommodation in halls, units and flats, with catering options.
The students association gives you a helping hand and ensure your voice is heard.
Attend group fitness and high-intensity training classes, or hire a facility for your club or sport.