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Student services

For more about student services in Tauranga, see questions and answers about our new CBD campus


Career Development Services

Career development services provides a free service for all students’ graduands and alumnus. The careers team is here to assist with your career development, planning, employment options and development of career tools such as CV and cover letters, LinkedIn and job interview skills. Services can be accessed through the MyCareer platform and are available in Tauranga throughout the year.

Register for an appointment through MyCareer, click on Tauranga and the applicable date.

For current updates check out the Careers Services Facebook page.


Counselling

Referrals to a counsellor can be arranged through our student health nurse.


Health Nurse

A student health nurse is located in room TCBD.1.28 on Level 1 behind the Hub. This is a free service. Services include the treatment of minor injuries, health advice, health screening (asthma, blood pressure checks, blood sugar checks), smoking cessation, advice on sexual health, pregnancy tests, ECP, STI checks, smears, contraception, support with mental health and stress management skills. She can also arrange referrals to a physio, dentist, eye specialist, doctor and counsellor.

Her hours are Monday-Thursday from 8:30am to 4:30pm.

For after hours assistance email Alana at alana.johnson@waikato.ac.nz  or text her on 022 0139003


Information

Visit the Hub located on Level 1 for assistance with courses, enrolment and payment of fees. Our friendly Student Services staff are the first point of contact for all prospective students and new students to the University.


Learning support

Learning support is provided online. If you require assistance with assignments you can request a video conference (using Zoom) with a Student Learning tutor in Hamilton.


Library services and computer labs

There is a small, dynamic, high-demand, collection of books held in Tauranga, supported by the full range of our e-resource collections. Our Tauranga based librarians are working from the 24 hour computer lab on level 1 of the new campus building.


Māori support

Te Toka Student Support offers Māori students assistance in settling into their University experience at the Tauranga campus. Te Toka offers the service of successful students trained in providing information on student procedures, pastoral services and academic help. Te Toka offer a wealth of university-related knowledge and tips to help you navigate your academic journey. Check out the Te Toka facebook page.


Parking and transportation

Read about parking and transport around our new CBD location.


Photocopying

To photocopy simply swipe your UoW student Id card through the photocopier and enter your pin number. When your student ID card is issued, an email is sent to your student email address with a PIN number.


Printing (UniCash)

Each student has a UniCash account. To print your work you need to have money in your UniCash account.

The way students add money to their UniCash accounts has changed. It is now an online process using a web browser.

To do this you must have a valid credit card or a bank account capable of Internet banking (we suggest one of the major banks).

Top up your Unicash account online.

For more information visit our ICT Self Help page.


Sport and Wellbeing

Getting involved in sport or activity is a great way to enhance your University experience and meet new friends. Whether you haven't played sport for years, or are a sports fanatic, social exerciser or a high performance athlete there is a sporting option for you. Find out about gym memberships, drop in sport, social sport, yoga classes, sports clubs, inter-tertiary sport and more on our website or Facebook.