The ULANZ scheme is a cooperative agreement between the Council of Australian University Librarians (CAUL) and the Council of New Zealand University Librarians (CONZUL).
Massey University Library is a member of this cooperative.
As well as Massey University, the following New Zealand universities are members of ULANZ:
- Auckland University of Technology Library
- Lincoln University Library
- University of Canterbury Library (including Christchurch College of Education)
- University of Otago Library
- University of Waikato Library
- Victoria University of Wellington Library
The University of Auckland does not participate in the ULANZ scheme.
See all libraries participating in ULANZ
Massey students and staff
Massey University students and staff can borrow in person from any ULANZ library. You will need to register first.
Find how to register and what services are available to you
Contact a participating library for more information
Students and staff from other universities
To register as a ULANZ member at Massey University Library, you must visit the service point inside your campus library.
Find the service point at your campus library
Registration is free. Bring both of the following:
- staff or student ID card
- documented proof of your status as a current staff member or enrolled student, such as a confirmation of enrolment letter.
You will also need to provide your:
- local and term address
- phone number or numbers
- email address.
A Massey University Library record will be created for you at no charge at your ULANZ member library. This will expire February the following year, or sooner depending on your enrolment or employment status.
Borrowing from Massey University Library
Please bring your photo ID from your university when borrowing.
As a ULANZ borrower, you can borrow books for 3 weeks. You can renew your books as long as they have not been requested by another borrower.
You can borrow books in person at your local campus library only.
Please return your books to your local campus library.
Find out more about borrowing, requesting and returning
If you need help finding your way around and finding relevant information, go to the service point in the campus library you are in. We may prioritise Massey University staff and students during busy periods.
Photocopying and scanning
To use the Library's photocopying facilities, you can buy a card from the Library for 60 cents. Money is then loaded onto the card.
This card is reusable and can be used at any Massey University campus library.
You can also scan to email or USB for no charge.
Access to licensed electronic resources
You do not have remote access to Massey library electronic resources.
However, you can access some electronic resources if you visit one of our campus libraries in person.
Find out more about visitor access to electronic resources under ‘Using the library as a visitor’
Ask a librarian
We're here to help you find the resources you need for your study. Ask a librarian by email, over the phone, or at a service point in any campus library.
Auckland campus library
Private Bag 102904
North Shore Mail Centre
Gate 1, East Precinct
Albany Expressway (SH17)
Manawatū campus library, Palmerston North
Private Bag 11054
Palmerston North 4442
Palmerston North 4410
Wellington campus library
Massey University Library
Private Bag 756
Massey University Library
Block 5, Level F
63 Wallace Street