The University's population includes people from a diverse range of communities. Find out more about the support networks available for each of them.
All you need to know if you are new to Victoria University of Wellington.
The Māori community at the University supports all its students to achieve success. Find out about your whānau on campus and how they can help you.
Let's paddle our vaka together towards the goal of achieving Pasifika academic success at the University.
If you are an international student currently at the University, or you are looking to enrol, Wellington University International can help.
Find information, support, and advice tailored specifically to students with a refugee background at Te Herenga Waka—Victoria University of Wellington.
We offer a range of services and resources for students who identify with diverse sexual orientations, gender identities, and sex characteristics.
Students with children
Find out about our spaces and services available for parents and children to support you and your family while you study.
Students with disabilities
We work in partnership with staff, students and the disability community to strengthen Victoria University of Wellington’s culture of inclusion.
Clubs and societies
With over 100 affiliated clubs and societies, the University's clubs network has something to offer everyone.