We have print and online resources for all subjects taught on campus, especially art and design, music, nursing and communication. Talk to our specialist staff if you have any questions. Use the Library’s study spaces, computers, printing and photocopying facilities.
You can also apply to exhibit your research or designs in Te Pikitanga exhibition space. Disabled students have accessible access and toilets. Students with children can use the parents’ room on Level A.
Location: Block 5, in the centre of campus, between the Pyramid and Tussock Cafe (Entrance A). From Tasman Street, go through the glass doors to the left of Tussock and turn left.
Phone: freephone 0800 627 739 and ask for the Library
Centre for Learner Success
Come and see us for academic help and study support. We work with undergraduates and postgraduates to improve their writing, study and maths skills. We run workshops, classes and personal consultations, and our academic student mentors can give you advice and support.
Location: Library, ground floor, room 42, on the right at the back (Entrance A)
Phone: +64 06 951 6540
Academic Support in MyHub (needs a login)
Computers and wifi
Use the student computers at the Library. Library and IT support staff can help you if you have any questions or problems.
You can go to the computer labs when they’re not being used for teaching. Computer labs have both PC and Mac computers. Only students in certain subjects can use some computer labs.
Find out locations and opening hours of student computer labs on the Wellington campus.
|Building||Level and room||Opening hours|
Level A, main library space (5A50)
Level B, Akoako 1 (5B18)
|Available during library opening hours.|
|Block 5||Level E, room 17 and room 19||Monday, 12pm to 11pm, Tuesday, 5pm to 11pm, Wednesday, closed Thursday, 8am to 5pm Friday, 12 noon to 8pm Saturday and Sunday, 10am to 5.45pm|
|Block 10||Level A, room 7||Every day, 7am to 11pm|
|Block 1||Level D, room 9||
swipe card access
Every day, 7am to 11pm
Some computer rooms are only for students who are:
- in certain schools
- studying certain subjects.
Check the table for locations and opening hours of reserved computer labs on the Wellington campus.
|Only for students of||Building||Level and room||Opening hours|
|School of Communication, Journalism and Marketing||Block 5||Level E, room 16||Every day, 7am to 11pm|
|College of Creative Arts||Block 11, Industrial Design Centre||Level A, room 25 and room 26||Every day, 7am to 11pm|
|Photography at the College of Creative Arts||Block 6||Level B, room 4||Every day, 7am to 11pm|
On all Massey campuses, use your student ID and password to log into MasseyWiFi. Once you're logged in, you can use the internet and get on to the Massey network.
Guests and visitors to Massey can use the MUGuests wifi. This is an open, public network with a data limit of 600MB a day.
Campus Information Service – 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
Hours: Monday to Friday, 8.30am to 4.30pm
Location: next to the Pyramid, Block 4, Student Central, level A (Entrance A)
Use the world-class facilities at our College of Creative Arts to develop your skills and master new techniques. We have a metal workshop and a darkroom, as well as studios for Fine Arts, printing, photography and more.
Experiment and create in our lighting studio, 3D workshop, industrial design workshop, and textile and fashion studios. There’s also Fab Lab, where you can use laser cutters, a CNC machine, 3D printers, vinyl cutters and more.
Sound and film production facilities
Our facilities for sound and film production are among the best in Australasia. Use recording studios, dubbing and mixing suites, music rehearsal rooms, colour grading suites, a motion capture suite, a green screen and film studio and more. Borrow high-tech equipment for your projects.
Get prepared for clinical practice in our state-of-the-art nursing simulation suite – it’s got a mock hospital setting, two-way observation space, and standard nursing equipment for hospital and community work. Practise key skills through role-play, case studies and simulations.
Health science facilities
There are wet lab facilities on campus, as well as research labs and a transitional facility to support goods that may pose a biosecurity risk. We use our sound lab for experiential and research work into the effects of sound and acoustics on human health.
Te Rau Karamu Marae
Te Rau Karamu Marae sits at the heart of the Pukeahu campus. The marae, which can host manuhiri (guests) overnight, is used for teaching and learning with Kaupapa Māori at the fore. Its outdoor learning space is filled with native species.
Fale Bilong Lumi is a dedicated community space where Pacific students can study, meet, relax and connect with our staff. It has a lounge and kitchen, and a quiet study space with computers to use. Whether you're studying on campus or by distance, you're welcome to use this space.
Where to eat
Tussock Bar and Cafe
Visit us for fresh coffee, breakfast and cafe food all day. We’re fully licensed and have outside seating.
Hours during semester: Monday to Friday, 8am to 4.30pm
Location: in the centre of campus, Block 9, Student Services, ground floor (Entrance E)
Phone: +64 4 801 5799
Visit the coffee cart in the Museum Building Tokomaru for fresh coffee, cold drinks and snacks.
Location: Block 10, Level C (Entrance D)
Hours during semester: Monday to Friday, 10am to 2pm
Phone: +64 4 801 5799
Get your fresh coffee, cold drinks and snacks from our coffee cart in the Pyramid.
Hours during semester: Monday to Friday, 9.30am to 1.30pm
Location: Entrance A
Phone: +64 4 801 5799
Student life facilities
See details of facilities on the Wellington campus to help you make the most of your time as a student.
Massey University is auahi kore – smoke-free.
Massey Wellington Students' Association
The Massey Wellington Students' Association (MAWSA) represents and helps students. We run student clubs and societies, organise events, and publish the student magazine, MASSIVE. MAWSA is independent and offers advocacy and accommodation services as well as running the student lounge.
Hours during semester: Monday to Friday, 10am to 4pm
Summer hours: Monday to Friday, 11am to 2pm
Location: Block 9, Student Services Trust Building, level C, above Tussock (Entrance E)
Phone: +64 4 979 3759
Meet your friends, make noise and play ping pong or board games in the student lounge. Use our kitchen, then relax on couches and bean bags to read or watch television. You can also charge your phone and hold club meetings.
Hours during semester: When the campus is open
Location: Block 9, level B (Entrance E)
Chaplaincy service – Minita Whakapono
Chaplains support students to make sense of life and learning and promote wellbeing. We hold regular events and can link students to faith communities. Drop in for our bagel breakfast on Wednesdays from 9am.
Location: Block 9, level 2, opposite MAWSA and above Tussock (Entrance E)
Phone: +64 4 801 5799 extension 63775
Sport and recreation centre, and gym
Start on a week’s free trial, then join up to 20 weekly classes or do your own thing in our fully equipped state-of-the-art gym. Massey University Recreation Centre Wellington is open to students and the local community. Membership includes yoga and group training classes at the gym.
Hours during semester:
- Monday to Friday, 6am to 9pm
- Saturday and Sunday, 9am to 5pm
Note that we have shorter hours on public holidays.
Location: Building T32, near Block 2 (Entrance C)
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/recreationwlg/ or
Website: Wellington Recreation Centre
Parents' room and breastfeeding
If you bring children on campus, you can use the:
- parents’ room, Library, level A (Entrance A)
- Whānau Room in Block T18 of the Prefab Buildings (Entrance E).
If you've got a bright idea to improve the student experience at Massey, get in touch. We can help make your ideas into reality, including helping you apply for funding.
Hours during semester: Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm
Location: Block 9, opposite MAWSA and above Tussock (Entrance E)
Campus security, lost and found, and emergencies
Get in touch with our friendly campus security team if you:
- have lost or found something on campus
- need help from security.
Hours during semester: Monday to Friday, 8.30am to 4.30pm
Location: Block 5, level A (Entrance A)
Phone: freephone 0800 627 750 day or night
Health care in emergencies
Find emergency health care facilities on campus.
There is a sick bay with a first aid kit in Block 9, Student Centre, level 3, inside Student Health and Counselling.
Find automated external defibrillators (AEDs) on campus:
- at the gym
- in Block 3, level C, room 26
- in Block 5, ground floor, at the Operations Help Desk
- in Student Health and Counselling
- at the Library, ground floor, near service point
- in Block 11, in the foyer by the lift.
For non-emergency health care, you can enrol with your campus health centre or speak to them if you want to see them casually.
Call 111 for police, fire fighters and ambulance.
Then call campus security so we can help the emergency services.
Campus security: 0800 62 7750
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Find out more about our fully supervised gym, classes and training options and the social sports league.
We offer a lot of support to help you have a positive time at Massey and to make the most of student life.