University can be an exciting, challenging and daunting time for many students. No matter what you're feeling, it takes some time to learn how to navigate the university system, and it's not always obvious what support services are available.
The most important thing to know is that you don't need to do it on your own: UC has a wide range of dedicated support services set up to help you keep well and achieve your academic goals.
This area of the website contains information about those support services. If you can't quite find what you're looking for, click on the red "Ask UC" button on the bottom right of your screen and someone will do their best to point you in the right direction.
Info on Student Advisors, Academic Skills Centre workshops, and academic processes such as progress reviews, special consideration, and appeals.
Support services for student communities such as māori, pasifika, adult, international, and LGBTQIA+ students.
The Student Care team offers practical advice for your wellbeing and success as a UC student.
There is a wide range of services on campus to support students with physical, sexual and mental health needs.
If you are currently experiencing temporary financial hardship you may be eligible for financial assistance.
Depending on the nature of your legal query, different services can help. Use this page as a starting point.
Careers, Internships & Employment staff are qualified and experienced career consultants and graduate recruitment specialists.