If you need advice about any aspect of your enrolment, please contact the Science & Engineering Dean's Office (Room F.1.07, Ph 0800 438 254) for a personal appointment.
Please contact us at anytime to discuss (among other things)
- how you are progressing in your degree
- whether you are meeting the requirements for your major
- applications for credit
- study abroad
- Studylink issues
- completion requirements
- timetable queries
If we cannot assist you directly, we will put you in touch with those that can.
These are small group weekly tutorials (4 to 8 students) which are additional to the mainstream tutorials offered in all first year science courses.
Students sign up for these in the first weeks of each semester. Contact Kevin Eastwood for more information.
Te Pūtahi o Te Manawa (Whānau support)
He ao te rangi ka uhia he huruhuru te manu ka tau
He mātauranga te hinengaro ka whārikihia
Whaiā kia ū ki uta
kia ū ki tahaki
The Faculty of Science and Engineering values the input of Māori students and encourages them to reach the highest levels in Science. To help support Māori students, the Te Pūtahi o Te Manawa programme was established. Tautoko (support) is given from kaitiaki who are graduate students enrolled in a Masters or Doctorate degree in Science. The system is based on a kanohi ki te kanohi (face to face) approach where kaitiaki are to maintain regular contact with students. This service is free for students to use, just register using the online form.
Mentor coordinatorKevin Eastwood
"Please feel free to contact me if you want to come and see me or just have a chat."
First Year Mentors
Contact a first year mentor for advice and support in the relevant area of study. If you are considering or enrolled in interdisciplinary subjects such as Environmental Sciences or Biochemistry and you're not sure who to talk to, Contact the Dean's Office in the first instance.