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At Massey University we do our best to make sure students can always talk to a real person who can answer queries there and then, or make sure they are referred to the person who can. Our friendly on-campus information team are knowledgeable and experienced. They can help students with enrolment programmes of study, contact workshop registration, and any number of other things, such as:
Location: Ground Floor, Quadrangle Building A (Quad A)
Hours: Monday–Friday 8.30am–4.30pm (note cashier service closes 30 minutes prior)
If students want to communicate with someone through another channel they can phone, text, email or instant message the National Contact Centre - free phone 0800 627 739, free text 5222, email email@example.com.
Campus Books bookshop stocks course textbooks, legislation and stationery. Current second-hand textbooks are also bought and sold. You can buy in-store and online.
Visit the Campus Books website
Location: Level 1, Student Central, Auckland campus, Massey University
Phone 09 415 0348
The ITS web pages have all the information on where you can find details on labs for students, when they are available and the type of computers each lab has. Some computer labs are dedicated to postgraduate students. ITS provides a wireless network service for use with wireless-capable laptops, PDAs and other devices.
The Centre offers students general and specialist help to develop their academic skills. This includes workshops on: time management, effective reading and writing, note taking and exams preparation. Both individual personal consultations and support classes are available. Useful tips and strategies for university level writing are available here.
The centre is equipped to provide a variety of services and resources at reasonable cost, including:
A wide range of printing options, including AO formats and offset printing, can be arranged from Massey University's Palmerston North Printery.
Location: Basement, Quadrangle B Building, East Precinct
Hours: Monday-Friday 7.30am-4pm
For more information visit Massey University's online print service.
The student lounge is available for relaxation and study. It is located upstairs in Student Central next to the students association. Rooms can also be booked by ASA affiliated clubs and societies.
For bookings contact ASA, phone 09 213 6540, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Come and check out the Recreation Centre on the East Precinct. The complex is designed to meet a comprehensive range of recreational, sporting, and health and fitness needs and includes the following facilities:
Massey students have access to the Sports Hall and changing rooms at no charge. However should you wish to use the Health and Fitness Studio or the aerobics programme a membership fee will apply.
Community memberships are also available.
A recreation programme runs during each semester including activities such as ski-trips, rafting, tennis lessons and dance classes. Competitive and social sports leagues are also run throughout the year. Information about these activities is available from the Recreation Centre reception.
Food for Thought Cafe
Hours during semester: Mon-Fri 8am to 4pm
Location: Student Central
Phone: 09 488 1475
Location:Level 1, Library
Hours during semester: Mon-Thur 9.30am-4.00pm, Sat / Sun 9.30am-6pm
Phone: 09 488 1475
Location: Quadrangle B south kiosk
Hours during semester: Mon-Fri 8.30am-6.30pm, Sat-Sun 9.30am-4.30pm
Location: Quadrangle B north kiosk
Hours during semester: Mon-Thur 10.30am-4.30pm, Fri 10.30am-3.00pm
Phone: 021 881 053 (James Shin)
Fan Expresso (coffee caravan)
Location: Quadrangle north courtyard
Hours during semester: Mon-Fri 9.00am-4.00pm
Hours during semester: Mon-Fri 7.00am-4.00pm
Phone: 021 0233 0400 (Kevin Lee)
Location: Recreation Centre
Oteha Rohe Cafe
Location: Building 98, Oaklands Road, Oteha Rohe
Hours during semester: Mon-Fri 8.00am-4.00pm
The Ferguson student bar
Recreation Centre building
Massey has seven student associations, run for students by Massey students. Check them out here.
Massey University Early Learning Centre (Northern Auckland Kindergarten Association)
Building 68, Gate 5, Oteha Rohe, Albany Highway, Albany
Please contact the centre to arrange a visit.
A purpose-built theatre with a capacity for 250. The AT2 Underground Theatre is primarily used as a teaching space for Massey creative arts and theatre courses, but it is also used for touring shows and other community events. The venue is a traditional Proscenium Arch theatre, rigged with stage-lighting and an elevator stage that can be raised to suit different configurations.
Established in 2001, ecentre is the business incubator based at Massey on the Oteha Rohe campus in the Bob Tindall Building which provides an innovative ecosystem; a hub for entrepreneurs and start-up companies. Becoming part of ecentre’s ecosystem enables entrepreneurs to have access to advice from on-site experts, subject matter experts from Massey University and mentors from the local region.
For lost and found property or security issues, contact Campus Security:
Location: Quadrangle Building A, Level 2, Campus Operations Service Desk
Phone: 0800 627 750
Internal (on campus) phone extn 43100
For an emergency, phone 111 and state which service you want.
For non-urgent police assistance, contact the Albany Community Constable, Glenfield Community Policing Centre, phone 09 443 8039.
The Campus Operations Service Desk provides a wide range of support and logistics services to the university staff and students at Auckland campus:
Location: Quadrangle Building A, Level 2
Phone: 09 414 0800 ext 43434, dd 9 213 6434, 0800 627 739
Our campus one stop shop
Location Level 1, Student Central
Phone 09 448 1220, fax 09 448 1229
Orbit Travel are not only Massey University's own corporate travel supplier - they also offer personal travel services and advice to students and staff.
Location: Level 1, Student Central
Phone: 64 9 441 8118
Internal extension: 5522 (option 3)
If you are planning an event or conference, please visit the Hospitality Services website.
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Last updated on Tuesday 18 February 2020