Ngā Rōpū Tauira Māori , Māori student associations

Ka tautokotia ngā tauira paetahi, tauira paerua me ngā tauira tohu kairangi e Te Rau Tauawhi, ngā kaimahi me ngā rōpū tauira Māori.

We're here to help Māori students at Massey have the best university experience possible.

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There are Māori student associations on each campus.

Our role is to provide leadership to the student body and represent our students to the university and wider community. We also run events to help Māori students connect with our university whānau.

Manawatahi – Manawatū (Palmerston North)

Manawatahi is the Māori student association on the Manawatū campus. Our main goal is to support our tauira through the struggles that university can bring. We'll support you socially, mentally, emotionally and physically wherever we can. Tikanga informs everything we do.

Manawatahi on Facebook
Manawatahi on Instagram

Contact the office

Manawatahi

Location

Te Atawhai
YFC Building
Rehab Road
Manawatū campus

Otehā – Auckland

Te Waka o ngā Akonga Māori is the Auckland Māori student association on the Otehā (Albany) campus. We pride ourselves on supporting our tauira Māori, both academically and socially, throughout their time at Massey. Getting involved with our association is a great way to meet other Māori students and connect with your culture.

Te Waka o ngā Akonga Māori on Facebook
Te Waka o ngā Akonga Māori on Instagram

Contact the office

Te Waka o Ngā Akonga Māori

Location

Building 100
Gate 5
Auckland campus

Pukeahu – Wellington

Kōkiri Ngātahi, which means "advance together" is the Māori student association on the Wellington campus. We're a collective of Māori students who inspire other Māori tauira to feel welcome and be one with Massey University. We recognise the importance of manaakitanga and whakawhanaungatanga for our success, and the need for Māori students to work as one strong unit to strive towards our goals.

Kōkiri Ngātahi on Facebook
Kōkiri Ngātahi on Instagram

Contact the office

Kokiri Ngātahi

Location

Whānau Room
Block T18
Prefab Buildings
Entrance E
Wellington campus

Ngā rōpū tauira
Student associations

Student associations give you a helping hand and ensure your voice is heard.

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Te kōkiri nawe tauira
Independent support and advocacy services

Get free and confidential support with academic complaints or concerns, financial difficulties and tenancy issues.

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