If you’re experiencing financial hardship that will impact on your studies, you may be eligible for financial support. Contact our UCSA Advocacy & Welfare team in the first instance to have a chat about your situation. They’ll review your case and provide advice on the application process. As a general guide, students are eligible to…

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Messages from Professor Cheryl de la Rey Vice-Chancellor and our own President, Tori McNoe. Tori talks about what the UCSA is moving online (hello virtual MONO and the Foundry Quiz), and the VC encourages you to have a break, but stay focused on your academic goals.  

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As part of NZ’s response to COVID-19, the UCSA Team are working remotely starting Tuesday 24 March. Don’t sweat – you can still contact us, just do it by phone or by email. General enquiries: Email: hello@ucsa.org.nz Phone: +64 3 369 0555 Student Executive Team – your student representatives UCSA staff list What’s happening with…

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With the switch to online lectures and classes, the UCSA is offering some new services to keep you tuned in. IT Support Having difficulty accessing your online lectures? Not sure how to make it work? Pop into the UCSA offices, Haere-roa, during business hours and ask for help! We can help with the basics of…

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Due to the evolving COVID-19 situation, the Ministry of Health and the New Zealand Dental Council have issued a joint statement yesterday requiring all elective dental services be suspended immediately. As a result, UCSA Dental will be closed from today, 23 March 2020, until further notice. UCSA Dental will be in touch with all patients…

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Kia Ora Koutou, The purpose of the live stream today was to provide an avenue for the student voice to be heard by UC in making their decisions regarding COVID-19. The UCSA as your representatives remain committed to echoing these concerns to the University. Following the live stream, we’ve taken these concerns to Vice-Chancellor and…

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Kia ora, Following UC’s announcement that the University of Canterbury graduation ceremonies scheduled for 7 and 9 April won’t go ahead, and in light of the evolving COVID-19 situation, we’ve made the decision to postpone Grad Ball until UC hold their graduation celebrations later in the year. We understand that this is disappointing for you…

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Kia ora, Due to the changing situation around COVID-19/Coronavirus and public gatherings, we’ve made the decision to cancel MONO for the foreseeable future, which at this stage is for the rest of Semester 1. We know that this may be a bit disappointing for some of you, but it’s a necessary step because your wellbeing…

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