COVID-19 information for all students

The University's operations at the current COVID-19 setting, including teaching and learning, campus access, health services, and how students can get help.

COVID-19 positive result

Advice on managing your health if you test positive for COVID-19.

Preparing for self-isolation

Now that Omicron is in the community, you should make a plan in case you and your household need to isolate.

Support during self-isolation

Information for students about resources available to support you during COVID-19 self-isolation.

Teaching and learning

Find out how we're delivering teaching and learning at the current COVID-19 settings and what it means for your lectures, tutorials, research, and placements.

Support and services

Find out how our health and counselling, student learning, academic and other University services are operating at the Orange setting.

Settings and mandates

The University is operating under the COVID-19 Orange setting, and has introduced a vaccination mandate for all students, staff, and visitors to our campuses.

Face mask FAQs

The University encourages mask wearing in all shared indoor spaces, and requires it in lectures and tutorials. Find out more about masks on campus.

Health and counselling

Go to the Mauri Ora (Student Health and Counselling) website to find out how to access health, counselling, and related services at the current setting.

Financial support

Solutions are available for students experiencing financial hardship because of COVID-19—find out how you can get help.

Halls of Residence

Find out about COVID-19 vaccination and mask-wearing requirements, and how Halls will handle any positive cases.

Students at higher risk of the effects of COVID-19

If you are at risk of the effects of COVID-19, the University wants to ensure you are aware of services available and able to fully participate in your studies.

Emailed updates

Catch-up with the Vice-Chancellor's COVID-19 related emails to students.

Whītiki student newsletter

You'll also find useful information in the latest edition of Whītiki, our fortnightly newsletter for students.