Student Services

Re-enrolment
Everything you need to re-enrol in your programme for the next Semester.

Student Central
Student Central (Te Pae Kōrero) is your one-stop-shop for all the information, application, enrolment and support services you need to study at Unitec.

Ask I.M.S. Helpdesk
The Ask I.M.S. Helpdesk provides technical support for Unitec's computer and IT services. Contact the Ask I.M.S. Helpdesk on ext 8484 or email askims@unitec.ac.nz.

Career Centre
If you need help planning your career, changing careers or applying for a job, the Career Centre offers a wide range of free services and advice to help you.

Health
The Student Health Centre (Building 28) and Osteopathy Clinic (Clinic 41) offer health services to Unitec students.

Students with Disabilities
The Disability Liaison Centre provides specialist equipment and a wide range of support including notetakers, readers/writers, sign language interpreters, hearing loops and a textbook taping service.

Counselling
Counselling services are free for Unitec students. Our qualified staff can help you work through any issues that are affecting your life or your studies.

Equity and Diversity
If you have concerns about unfair treatment, discrimination or other negative behaviour, our Equity and Diversity Manager can provide confidential help and advice.

Spiritual Support
Unitec's Chaplaincy is there for students of all faiths for day-to-day support as well as during difficult times.

Rules and Policies
Here you'll find Unitec's official rules and policies that cover many aspects of being a student at Unitec.

Complaints Resolution
Read more about how Unitec resolves student complaints fairly and promptly.

Conciliator
Unitec’s Conciliator provides independent, confidential support and advice to students, and can help you resolve any disputes or grievances.

Student Advocates
If you need advice that’s independent of Unitec, you can speak to a Student Advocate. They can help you with academic or personal issues that you might have during your studies.



Last edited: 11 February 2013