Student Advisors work with people who are looking at study options at the University of Waikato. Students may be looking at studying in Tauranga or at our Hamilton Campus.
Students come to the University directly from secondary school or via pathways which may include work, previous study or life experiences.
If you are interested in study at the University of Waikato, our Student Advisors can talk with you about any of the following:
- University Entrance requirements
- Subjects and degrees offered at the University
- Pathways to university study
- Scholarship Support Services
- Campus life
Student Recruitment Advisor - Windermere
Student Recruitment Advisor
Phone: (07) 577 0620 ext. 6136
Tammy-Lee is based at the Windermere Campus in Tauranga to ensure that the University of Waikato is more accessible to students in the Bay of Plenty and wider regions. She is the first point of contact for local students for course information and advice.
Having attained a Bachelor of Communication Studies (BCS) from Waikato, Tammy-Lee understands the importance of a tertiary education and achieving your career aspirations. She has worked in marketing and management roles, as well as the careers and disability sector.
The student Recruitment advisor also visits secondary schools and attends career expos and events around the country.
If you would like to visit our campus to discuss study options or tour the campus with Tammy-Lee Millard, please contact our main office to book an appointment by phoning +64 7 577 0620, or email
email@example.com or phone 0800 WAIKATO (0800 924 528). Tammy-Lee is situated at the Student Recruitment office at the Bay of Plenty Polytechnic, Windermere Campus.
Student Advisor - Bongard
Phone: (07) 577 0620 ext. 5158
Anne-Marie is based at the Bay of Plenty Polytechnic's Business School, the Bongard Centre, located in the heart of Tauranga City. Anne-Marie assists University Management, Law and Computer Science students who study at the Bongard Centre.
She assists returning Waikato students with course planning, issues resolution and administrative queries, and students who wish to transition from Bay of Plenty Polytechnic qualifications to University of Waikato qualifications.
She also provides administrative support for University Tutors based at the Bongard Centre and liaison support between Faculties of the University and the Bay of Plenty Polytechnic for Bongard related issues.
If you would like an appointment for programme advice/degree planning with Anne-Marie, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org including details of previous and current study and what advice you're seeking, or call 577 0620, extension 5158.
Student/Maori Support Co-ordinator - windermere
Student / Māori Support Coordinator
Phone: (07) 577 0620 ext. 6203
Layna is responsible for co-ordinating the Māori Mentor Unit, organising academic orientations for students, co-ordinating the class rep system for the Tauranga campuses and general student support. If you'd like to make an appointment to see Layna, please email her on email@example.com