Our Academic Advisors are here to provide free support and advice to help you succeed in your studies and are available across both campuses.
We provide help in a number of ways including workshops, one-to-one and group consultations covering a wide range of academic support including:
- Academic reading and writing
- Mathematics and statistics
- Assistance with English
- Study skills
Our workshops are designed to help you learn effective study skills. This includes a number of specialised postgraduate workshops (marked PG). Click here to view current workshops and book online using your Student ID Number.
Drop-in services are available for quick questions that you might have around preparing for study. Hours are varied between Mt Albert and Waitakere so please check the timetable below for drop-in details.
Whether it is one-on-one for an individual assignment or group work, you can book a consultation with our Academic Advisors for more support. These sessions can also be booked outside of normal hours by mutual arrangement. You can book an appointment in person or by phone, please see contact table below.
Mt Albert Campus
|Where||Building 180 (Te Puna), Level 2 (campus map)|
|Hours||Monday to Friday, 8.30am - 4.30pm (evenings by arrangement)|
|Drop-In Hours||Monday to Friday, 11.30am - 1pm|
|Phone||0800 10 75 10|
|Where||Building 520 (Library), Level 3, Room 3011, Waitākere Campus|
|Hours||Monday to Friday, 8.30am - 4.30pm|
|Drop-In Hours||Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, 11.30am - 12.30pm|
|Phone||0800 10 75 10|
Moodle is the online learning platform used to house all your course content, including lecture slides, notes and assignment information. There are also online resources from Learning Centre (Te Puna Ako) within Moodle.
Study Toolbox is a portal within the Library website which has information for you from referencing, writing assignments right through to postgraduate study advice so regardless of which programme or level you're at, there's something there for everyone.
Assistance with English language
If English is not your first language, specialist support staff are here to help, please refer to the contact information above to get support.
If you are studying certificate or diploma programmes in English as an additional language at Level 4 or below, your best resource is the Language Learning Centre in the Mt Albert campus Library.