Pūaha is a centralised self-service portal where you can find tools and information, named to reflect its role as a gateway to the University's systems.
The Pūaha portal
Pūaha is our online, self-service portal for students. It's where you can find tools and information for your studies including:
- your personalised timetable, grades, student records, and other academic details
- tutorial sign-up
- key dates
- links to news and events
- links to services that support your learning, study, and wellbeing.
All currently enrolled students can log in using their username and password.
What Pūaha means
The student portal has been gifted the name of Pūaha, which means ‘mouth of a river’. It symbolically connects to the idea of a student’s journey through the University. It also means ‘doorway’ or ‘opening’, linking to the idea that the student portal will be the ‘front door’ for students seeking information, and it will eventually support future students through the University admission and enrolment process.