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For those eager to pursue tertiary education at university, disability student services are available to lend a helping hand. So, if you or someone you know could benefit from Disability Student Services, don't hesitate to reach out. These spaces are here to support you on your journey towards success studies.

Check out the links below and don't hesitate to get in touch for a friendly face-to-face chat with one of your new University's support team members.

Check out National Disabled Students' Association.  (external link) (external link) They speak up for the things that are important to tuira (students ) across New Zealand. 

Auckland University of Technology – Disability Student Support (external link)

In the heart of Auckland City, the AUT building stands tall, its name proudly displayed atop, marking its presence in the urban landscape. (external link)  

Auckland University – Student disability services (external link)

Standing tall, the Auckland University white stone clock tower gleams in the sunlight, exuding elegance and charm with intricate details etched into its facade. (external link)

Waikato University – Accessibility support services (external link)

Standing tall, its white walls cascade into patterns resembling stacked files. (external link)

Massey University – Student Disability Services (external link)

Appearing bold with it's grandular columns and red roof stand the Massey University. (external link)

Victoria University – Student Disability services (external link)

Standing clear against a blue sky it the grand Victoria Universtiy building with red brick. (external link)

Canterbury University – Accessibility service (external link)

Behold the modern Canterbury University building, combining stone and glass amid lush greenery. Sunlight filters through transparent panels, revealing its vibrant interior.

Otago University – Disability information and support (external link)

Otago University is a a majestic old university clock tower, its façade adorned with dark grey and white stone, standing proudly against the sky. (external link)


Last updated on Wednesday, 3 July 2024

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