The University has resources to help keep you happy, healthy and safe while you study—whether that's physical or mental health, or general wellbeing.
The Ministry of Education’s Pastoral Care Code sets out the University’s role and responsibilities in ensuring the wellbeing and safety of all our students. Find out more about the Pastoral Care Code.
Find the service on campus to help, whether you’re after a doctor, a counsellor, disability support or spiritual aid.
Maintaining a good level of wellbeing can be a challenge while you are studying. Get some helpful tips, access resources, or attend a course or workshop.
Victoria University of Wellington is committed to supporting a learning environment that is free from sexually harmful behaviours.
Our Student Interest and Conflict Resolution team are available to support students and staff experiencing conflict, or who have a complaint or an issue.
Check out tips for staying safe, including essential University emergency contact numbers, and what to do in an emergency.
In an increasingly digital world, it’s important to make sure you are only sharing your information with people and organisations you trust.
The following steps are taken in response to suicidal behaviour by a student living in one of our halls of residence.