Our students tell us we are one of the friendliest universities in the country. We want your time at the University to be hassle-free, so we provide a range of support services to help you wherever we can.
Tauranga student success coordinator
Our Learner/Teaching Adviser is available to students for 20 minute Drop-Ins from 11am-1pm daily in room TCBD.1.25 (or in the Hub).
You can also book a 50 minute consultation through Moodle by clicking on Student Learning, book a consultation.
The Student Learning team provides a University-wide service to support students' academic learning needs. Our goal is to help students acquire the skills, knowledge and attributes to become independent, successful learners.
A postgraduate qualification from the University of Waikato will set you up for where the world is going. We are dedicated to postgraduate education and offer honours and masters degrees, along with graduate and postgraduate diplomas, and certificates in most subjects. We also have a thriving research programme.
We are committed to providing equity in education and works to ensure that students with impairments have access to all areas of campus life.
Our Accessibility Service strives to make our University more inclusive and accessible as well as working to increase the success of students with impairments.
Te Toka māori advancement
Te Toka ō Tirikawa is a roopū tautoko at the Tauranga campus. This roopū is coordinated by the Māori Advancement Coordinator.
The kaiāwhina (mentoring) programme is a service that aims to provide comprehensive and coordinated support to Māori students, be it academic, pastoral or procedural.
Te Toka mentors are not lecturers or tutors, they are fellow students who have "been there, done that" and passed successfully. They have a wealth of knowledge and tips to help you successfully navigate your academic journey.
Contact Te Toka by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org .