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CONTENTS

FIRST THINGS FIRST 04


Welcome from the VC05
OWeek 06
STUDENT SERVICES10
Accommodation12

Student Advisors 28

Chinese Centre14

Student Experience
Team 29

Disability Student
Support15
Health, Counselling
& Wellbeing16
Helth Services
at South Campus18
International
Student Support20
LGBTI Student Support22
Mori Liaison Services23
Pacific Student
Support24
Sport Development
& Athlete Support26

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UNI GUIDE 40
2015 Academic Year
Key Dates43

Lynda.com 68

Student Centre44

Student Financial
Services 31

Getting Around 70

Finding Your Way


Around AUT 46

AUT Campus Bus72

Student Learning
Centre32

Campus Maps 48

Stuff to Do76

Study Smart
Workshops34

AUT Wifi57

Student Ambassadors 36
University Career
Services37
Ten Tips for Success 38

IT 56

Microsoft69

AUT Gym74

Library58
Library Workshops60
AUT Social Media 62
Dont Be An Egg Online! 63
Alcohol & You 64
Recording Lectures
Guidelines66

This document is
prepared using disability
guidelines for those with
impaired vision.

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FIRST THINGS FIRST

WELCOME
FROM THE VICE
CHANCELLOR
As a university, we exist for
our students. We strive to
provide an engaging learning
environment one which
encourages you to participate,
develop your own opinions and
articulate them.
We embrace a diversity of
people, cultures and ideas,
which will enrich your
experience and equip you
to think for yourself and
make effective and positive
contributions.
We pride ourselves on
providing a supportive
environment where you
can thrive and grow, as you
meet the challenges of your

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university studies. Student


life is not always easy and
so I encourage you to take
advantage of our extensive
support systems.
An AUT education makes a
real difference. Our students
tell us so, as do the employers
who compete to hire them. So
again, welcome to AUT. I wish
you every success in the year
ahead.

Derek McCormack
Vice-Chancellor

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OWEEK

AUSM @ AUT
ANNUAL EVENTS
AuSM@AUT hosts a variety
of events throughout the
academic year. The biggest
take place during the first two
weeks of Semester 1, and the
first week of Semester 2 and
include free feeds, giveaways
and prizes each day. AuSM
also hosts concerts, comedy
nights, foam parties and more
at Vesbar (AUT City Campus)
during the evenings.

Dont miss the


chance to have
some fun and make
new friends before
semester heats up
see you there!

2015 DATES
AuSM OWeek
2-13 March
AuSM Re OWeek
20-24 July

Check out the


AuSM@AUT website and
Facebook page for more
information on their events,
and follow them on Twitter
and Instagram if thats your
thing!

WWW.AUSM.ORG.NZ

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FACEBOOK

www.facebook.com/ausm1

TWITTER
www.twitter.com/ausm1

AUSM CONNECT APP


APP Store/ Google Play

INSTAGRAM
www.instagram.com/ausm_aut

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STUFF TO
REMEMBER

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NUMBERS

TO DO

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STUDENT SERVICES

JUST ASK.
Its simple: If you need help or support with anything
at all while studying at AUT dont hesitate, just ask
us. Student Services are FREE and available Monday
to Friday on all our campuses.
We offer specialised advisory
services and learning
support, career advice, health
and counselling services,
accommodation, support for
international students, sport
and recreational events and
spirituality and chaplaincy
services. Please continue
reading from pages 12-37
for full descriptions of our
services.

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CALL US

0800 288 864

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ACCOMMODATION
Its a fact that, on average, students who live on campus
get better grades, and the social life is awesome too
with lots of opportunities to meet students from
different backgrounds and to make new friends.
AUT University provides
two student accommodation
complexes, the Akoranga
Student Village and the
Wellesley Student Apartments.
Both have a focus on
providing friendly, caring living
environments with comfortable
and secure accommodation.
A range of living options
are offered to suit most
students needs. All rooms are
furnished and each bedroom
is telephone-ready and
internet-connected. We also
have an on-site Management

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Team and student Residential


Assistants who are dedicated
to the wellbeing and security
of all residents, and provide a
variety of social, sporting and
cultural events throughout the
year. Office hours are Monday
- Friday, 8am - 5pm.
AUT campuses are smokefree. This includes all student
accommodation.
It is essential to apply early
for a place in the Universitys
residential accommodation, as
rooms are in demand.

APPLY ONLINE
WWW.AUT.AC.NZ/
ACCOMMODATION

WELLESLEY STUDENT
APARTMENTS

AKORANGA STUDENT
VILLAGE

Wellesley Student Apartments


(WSA) provide group flatting
style accommodation in a
safe, modern environment.
The complex provides student
accommodation in 105
furnished apartments, each
containing either four or five
bedrooms, two bathrooms and
a kitchen for self-catering.

The Akoranga Student Village


(ASV) is a complex of 41
townhouse type apartments set
on landscaped grounds. Each
apartment contains five or six
bedrooms off a central lounge/
dining area. All are furnished
and include two shared
bathrooms and a kitchen for
self-catering.

Wellesley Student Apartments


are located only three
minutes walk from the AUT
City Campus, with shopping,
cinemas, theatres, restaurants
and public transport all nearby.

Located immediately next door


to the North Campus, Akoranga
Student Village is only 10km
from the centre of Auckland
City and the City Campus. A
shuttle bus operates regularly
between the City and North
Campuses (see page 72).

For more information


on AUT student
accommodation please
contact us:
Wellesley Student
Apartments
(09)921 9478
Akoranga Student Village
(09)921 9947

WWW.AUT.AC.NZ/
ACCOMMODATION

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CHINESE
CENTRE

DISABILITY
STUDENT SUPPORT

Offering free support services, the Chinese Centre is a home


away from home for all Chinese speaking students.

Disability Student Support provides information and a range of


supports to Deaf students and students with impairments to help
them participate fully in the learning environment.

At the Chinese Centre the


friendly staff can help you
with advice on programme
selection and information on
enrolment. They can help you
with understanding Western
study styles, New Zealand job
search skills and AUT policies
that are relevant to you. They
also provide workshops, group
tutoring sessions, and social
activities along with ongoing
learning support to help you to
understand the academic and
cultural ways of New Zealand.

Services include:
Specialist advice and
information on studying and
living in Auckland

Workshops on Western
study skills and ongoing peer
tutoring services

Social activities and


networking

Facilities and resources

All our services and resources


are free.

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Phone
(09) 921 9094

Advice on scholarships,
grants and funding

Location
WB406

Information and advice


regarding specific learning
disabilities

Email
chinese.centre@aut.ac.nz

Strategies for independence


and appropriate supports

WWW.AUT.AC.NZ/
CHINESECENTRE

Assistance to access
specialist equipment
or software

If you require assistance from


Disability Student Support,
please contact us as early in the
semester as possible so that we
may do all we can to make your
time at AUT more rewarding.

Phone
(09) 921 9095
Email
disability.office@aut.ac.nz

WWW.AUT.AC.NZ/
DISABILITY

Study materials in alternative


formats for vision impaired
students
In-class and
examination supports

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HEALTH, COUNSELLING
& WELLBEING
Keeping your mind and body active and healthy is key to
succeeding in your studies. AUT is an industry leader in health
science promotion and research, and is active in promoting
health and wellbeing benefits across the University.
We have full medical, general
practice (GP) centres at both
the City and North Campuses,
offering affordable, fullyaccredited healthcare. We are
part of Auckland PHO and
domestic students who register
with the service may be eligible
for FREE* routine doctor and
nurse consultations. We have

a range of male and female


doctors and nurses and you
can use our services from the
time your offer of place has
been accepted.
We also offer FREE counselling
services, mental health support
and spirituality and chaplaincy
events and support.

WWW.AUT.AC.NZ/STUDENT_SERVICES/HEALTH
CITY CAMPUS

NORTH CAMPUS

Location
WB219

Location
AS104

Hours
8am-4:30pm
10am-4:30pm Thurs

Hours
8am-4pm Mon-Wed
10am-4pm Thurs
8am-3pm Fri

Phone
(09) 921 9992

SOUTH CAMPUS
(NURSE AND
COUNSELLOR ONLY)
Location
MB109
Phone
(09) 921 9992

Phone
(09) 921 9998
Free nurse consultations* for
all AUT students on Tuesdays**
at South Campus. See page 18
for details.
* Material costs and fees for non-routine
consultations may apply
** Note: Days of nursing coverage may
change to best meet student demand,
check the website for the most current
information

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HEALTH SERVICES AT
SOUTH CAMPUS
General practitioner services for
South Campus domestic students
Until there is a doctor onsite
at the South Campus, AUT
has made arrangements with
three local general practices
to ensure our South Campus
domestic students have
access to medical services.
When domestic students see
the South Campus nurse,
counsellor or student advisors,
they can be referred to one of
these practices for GP visits.
If the student wishes to enrol
with that general practice, the

first three routine consultations


per year will be funded by AUT
as long as the student remains
enrolled both with AUT and the
general practice. NZ citizens or
residents can only be enrolled
with one doctor at a time.
Nursing services are not
included as all students can see
the AUT Health, Counselling
and Wellbeing nurse for free
routine nurse consultations at
the clinic room MB109.

MANUKAU CITY
ACCIDENT & MEDICAL
CLINIC

EAST TAMAKI
HEALTHCARE DAWSON
ROAD CLINIC

Location
16 Bakerfield Place
(Opposite McDonalds)
Manukau

Location
130 Dawson Road, Otara

Location
18 Manukau Station Road,
Manukau

Phone
(09) 274 3468

Phone
(09) 262 2011

Hours
Open 7 days 8am 8pm

Hours
Weekdays 8am - 8pm and
weekend 9am - 12pm

Phone
(09) 263 7770
Hours
Open 7 days 8am 8pm
Distance
0.6 km walking distance
Services
GP, radiology, pharmacy
and laboratory

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Distance
2 km walking distance
Services
GP, accident & medical
services, x-ray,
physiotherapy , pharmacy

MANUKAU CITY
MEDICAL CENTRE

Distance
2 km walking distance
Services
GP, accident & medical
services, x-ray,
physiotherapy, pharmacy

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INTERNATIONAL
STUDENT SUPPORT
Moving to a different country to study is a big step and we know
that it can be difficult at times. International Student Support
(ISS) is here to assist all international students at AUT with their
transition into New Zealand life and university.
We can help international
students with:
Support one-on-one,
liaison and critical incident
management
Specialist advice Orientation,
accommodation, Visas on
Campus, living, travelling and
safety in NZ
Social events and workshops
for professional and personal
development
At the beginning of each
semester there is a Noho
Marae cultural exchange
weekend, where you can
learn about Mori culture,
Mori songs, haka, poi, enjoy
a traditional Mori feast, and
make lifelong friends.

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CITY
Phone
(09) 921 9097
Location
WB104

Email
intsprt@aut.ac.nz

WWW.AUT.AC.NZ/
INTERNATIONAL

NORTH
Phone
(09) 921 9098
Location
AS level 2
SOUTH
Phone
(09) 921 9097

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LGBTI STUDENT
SUPPORT

MORI LIAISON SERVICES


TE TARI TAKAWAENGA MORI

AUT is a place where diversity is celebrated and you can be


open about your sexuality. We offer services and resources
to students of diverse sexualities and gender identities.

Mori Liaison Services are here to ensure that


Mori students receive the tautoko they need to
get the most out of their time at AUT.

AUT has an LGBTI coordinator


to provide you with information
and support.

We offer friendly, professional


and confidential support and
provide career and course
advice, scholarship information,
workshops, academic and
cultural advice.

(09) 921 9081


rainbow@aut.ac.nz

WWW.AUT.AC.NZ/
OUTATAUT

OUT@AUT is a University
social group for LGBTI
students and friends.

WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/
OUTATAUT

Mori Liaison Services will


also keep you informed about
key kaupapa Mori social
and cultural events across all
campuses.
Kaua e whakam dont be shy.
Get in touch.

Email
maori@aut.ac.nz

WWW.AUT.AC.NZ/
MAORI
CITY
Phone
(09) 921 9082
Location
WB 204-206
NORTH
Phone
(09) 921 9082
Location
AS level 2

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SOUTH
Phone
(09) 921 9072
Location
MA building, level 1
WHNAU ROOM
The Whnau room has
been established for
Mori students with an
environment supportive of
tikanga Mori a place to
meet, network and support
one another.
Location
North Campus
Te Whare Whnau o
Awataha, AE101a

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PACIFIC STUDENT
SUPPORT
Pacific Student Support provides cultural support for
all Pacific students. We offer friendly and helpful advice
on scholarships, financial assistance, career and course
advice, workshops and learning support. We also hold
social activities to bring Pacific students together for
cultural exchange and inspiration, and we can connect
you with Pacific Student Mentors.
CITY

SOUTH

Phone
(09) 921 9069

Phone
(09) 921 9078

Location
WB215-218

Email
pasifika@aut.ac.nz

NORTH

WWW.AUT.AC.NZ/
PASIFIKA

Phone
(09) 921 9079
Location
AS level 2

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SPORT DEVELOPMENT
& ATHLETE SUPPORT
AUT Sport Development delivers a range of sport
events and activities for AUT students, staff, and alumni.
From recreational games right through to international
competitions, Sport Development engages the AUT
community through sport opportunities for everyone.
AUT Athlete Support provides
a range of services to highperformance student athletes,
including assistance with
time management, enhancing
links with external sporting
agencies, and support with
extensions and exam-related
conflicts with representative
sport. In addition, Athlete
Support helps to channel
student athletes through to
representative teams.

Phone
(09) 921 9084
CITY
Location
WB102
NORTH
Location
AS level 2

Email
sport@aut.ac.nz

WWW.AUT.AC.NZ/
COMMUNITY/
SPORT-AT-AUT

KEY EVENTS 2014


Round the Bays run, Auckland

March

New Zealand University Tournaments

April - September

AUT Inter-Faculty Sports Series

March - October

New Zealand University Rowing Championships

April

Regional Australia University Games, Australia

July

New Zealand University Snow Games

August

AUT Blues Sports Awards

October

AUT SPORTS CODES AND TEAMS IN THE COMMUNITY


AUT Netball
AUT Basketball
AUT Volleyball

AUT Football
AUT Lacrosse
AUT Ultimate

AUT Cricket
AUT MMA
AUT Touch

Want to get involved? Just call, email or Facebook us

WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/AUTSPORT
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STUDENT
ADVISORS

STUDENT
EXPERIENCE TEAM

Sometimes you just need advice thats why were here.


Student Advisors are a team of qualified and professionally
trained staff who can assist you with any concerns you may
have. You can talk to us about any practical, social, academic
or personal issue. Where appropriate, we can also refer you
to other relevant support services.

The Student Experience Team (SET) are AUT employees


who are also current students who have experience and
advice to share with you. We can help you succeed at AUT by
connecting, engaging and supporting you with your studies.

CITY

SOUTH

Phone
(09) 921 9085

Phone
(09) 921 9071

Location
WB101
NORTH
Phone
(09) 921 9085

WWW.AUT.AC.NZ/
ADVISORS

You may hear from us if:


Have not been able to access
your paper/s on AUTOnline
Have missed lectures,
tutorials or an in-class test
Have been unable to submit
an assignment or test

If you get a call from us,


dont stress, were just here
to help.

WWW.AUT.
AC.NZ/STUDENTEXPERIENCE

Didnt quite pass a test, exam,


or an assignment
Failed papers in your
previous semester and are
either repeating them or
taking other papers

Location
AS level 2

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STUDENT FINANCIAL
SERVICES
We know that studying can be hard on your finances.
Student Financial Services assist students in financial
hardship by way of food and transport grants. Full-time
students can apply for a childcare subsidy of up to $50
per child, per week.
We also help students manage
their money by offering a
comprehensive budgeting
service and can provide
information and assistance
with student loans and
allowances.
A Justice of the Peace is
available on the City Campus.

CITY

SOUTH

Phone
(09) 921 9087

Phone
(09) 921 9077

Location
WB112-113

Location
MA building, level 1

NORTH
Phone
(09) 921 9088
Location
AS level 2

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Email
financial@aut.ac.nz

WWW.AUT.AC.NZ/
FINANCIAL

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STUDENT LEARNING
CENTRE
We provide free academic services to help
you excel and achieve better grades.
If you want to develop your
academic skills and enhance
your success at university,
or are struggling with an
assignment, essay or paper,
we offer a range of resources
on essay writing, referencing,
math skills, effective study
techniques, time management
and exam preparation. We
also hold free workshops
throughout the year on a range
of topics to help you reach your
full potential and achieve the
best possible grades (see page
34-35).

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CITY

SOUTH

Phone
(09) 921 9083

Phone
(09) 921 9073

Location
WB239

Location
MA building, level 1

NORTH
Phone
(09) 921 9083
Location
AS level 2

Email
slc@aut.ac.nz

WWW.AUT.AC.NZ/
STUDENT-LEARNING

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STUDY SMART
WORKSHOPS
Beginning with time management and ending with exam preparation, Study Smart
workshops cover a range of essential study skills required throughout the semester they are free and run Tuesday - Friday at the City, North and South Campuses.

POSTGRADUATE STUDY SMART WORKSHOPS

UNDERGRADUATE STUDY SMART WORKSHOPS


SEMESTER 1
Week starting:

SEMESTER 2
Week starting:

SEMESTER 1
Week starting:

SEMESTER 2
Week starting:

Time Management Skills

9 MAR

27 JUL

Managing Your Postgraduate Journey

9 MAR

27 JUL

Note Taking and Mind Mapping

9 MAR

27 JUL

Critical Thinking for Postgraduate Students

16 MAR

3 AUG

Shortcut to reading success: Managing


academic texts

16 MAR

3 AUG

Writing Postgraduate
Coursework Assignments

30 MAR

17 AUG

Essay Writing

16 MAR

3 AUG

Literature Reviews
for Postgraduate Students

20 APR

24 AUG

Critical Thinking

23 MAR

10 AUG

Academic Writing for Postgraduate


Students: Nuts and Bolts

27 APR

14 SEP

APA Referencing and Academic Integrity

23 MAR

10 AUG

4 MAY

21 SEP

Report Writing

20 APR

24 AUG

Writing Introductions and Conclusions


for Postgraduate Coursework Assignments

Oral Presentations

11 APR

28 SEP

Academic Integrity and Referencing


for Postgraduate Students

11 MAY

28 SEP

Exam Skills

25 MAY

12 OCT

WORKSHOP

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WORKSHOP

For more information on these workshops check out the Student Learning Centre web page:

WWW.AUT.AC.NZ/STUDENT-LEARNING

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STUDENT
AMBASSADORS

UNIVERSITY
CAREER SERVICES

We remember what it was like starting uni for the first


time - new classrooms, lectures, heaps of people you
dont know - it can be pretty daunting to say the least.
Sometimes a little help from someone who has been
through it all before can make a huge difference.

Youre going to have a blast at uni but the rest of your life is just
around the corner, and thats when things really get exciting. To live all
your dreams you will need a career whatever that may be. University
Career Services can help you figure that out. We offer support and
advice to help students identify clear career and life goals. Our
specialists provide a range of career-related services so that you can
make informed choices about your education and career direction.

Student Ambassadors are


experienced students who
volunteer their time to help
new students at AUT. They are
trained to provide you with
advice, information, direction
and support.

Phone
(09) 921 9068
Location
WB132

Make an appointment
with a career specialist on
CareerHub to:

CITY

SOUTH
Phone
(09) 921 9089

Email
studentm@aut.ac.nz

Plan your career

Phone
(09) 921 9089

Choose a programme that


matches your future plans

Location
WB240

Email
career@aut.ac.nz

WWW.AUT.AC.NZ/
STUDENT_SERVICES/
STUDENT_MENTORS

Realise your strengths and


capabilities

NORTH

HTTP://CAREERHUB.
AUT.AC.NZ

Find work related to your


studies
Develop successful job
search skills
Learn to write effective CVs
and cover letters

Phone
(09) 921 9076
Location
AS level 2

WWW.AUT.AC.NZ/
CAREERSERVICES

Prepare for job interviews


Network effectively to help
your career
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TEN TIPS
FOR SUCCESS
Some of you will have detailed study plans; others might not have
given it much thought. But wherever youre at, if you follow these
ten tips, youre likely to have a great first year at AUT.

01.

02.

05.

06.

07.

Know what is expected of you


read your study guides and
course materials and focus on
learning outcomes.

Manage your time have a


plan and stick to it and give
yourself a day off each week to
do your own thing.

Figure out the best time and


place for you to study; take
regular breaks and reward
yourself.

Visit the Student Learning


Centre even if your grades
are all good, we can still help
you excel!

Combat procrastination
break complex tasks down into
smaller ones.

03.

04.

08.

09.

10.

Connect, ask questions, and


introduce yourself the other
students in your class are new
as well.

Dedicate some time to prepare


before lectures, and after, to
review your notes.

Stay healthy and balanced


have fun but look after yourself
too.

Get to know your campus


youll get more out of uni if you
feel at home here.

Have fun. Uni is a blast, but its


all over pretty quickly make
the most of it!

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UNI GUIDE

Heres a whole lot of stuff you


need to know about AUT, uni
life and being a student.
Got any feedback for us
good, bad, whatever...

WWW.AUT.AC.NZ/BEING-A-STUDENT/
STUDENT-FEEDBACK

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2015 ACADEMIC YEAR


KEY DATES
NOT ALL AUT COURSES
FOLLOW THESE DATES.

SEMESTER 1
First day of classes

2 March

Break (no classes)

3 April - 17 April

Study break/exam weeks

8 - 12 June

Exam weeks

15 - 26 June

Last day of semester

26 June

SEMESTER 2

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First day of classes

20 July

Break (no classes)

31 August - 11 September

Study break/exam weeks

27 - 30 October

Exam weeks

2 - 13 November

Last day of semester

13 November

These dates are true for


most courses of study. But
some start or finish outside
the academic year. Please
contact your faculty or school
if you have questions about a
courses start or finish date, or
its exam dates.
Please note: The academic
year dates were accurate when
published. AUT reserves the
right to amend individual dates
as required.

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STUDENT
CENTRE
The Student Centre is the place to be for all enquiries
and information. Located at the City, North and South
Campuses the Student Centre provides information and
advice on applications and admissions, fees and invoices,
academic records, enrolment, graduation, orientation
and student services.
You can visit in person,
phone or email:

NORTH
AG building (ground floor)

Helpline
0800 AUT UNI
(0800 288 864)

Hours
Monday - Friday
8am - 4.30pm

Email
studentcentre@aut.ac.nz
CITY
WA Level 2 (ground floor)
Hours
Monday - Friday
8am - 5pm

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SOUTH
MB building (ground floor)
Hours
Monday - Friday
7.45am - 6.15pm

Student Centre also


available at WF Level 1
(School of Business).
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FINDING YOUR
WAY AROUND AUT
On your timetable, you will see classrooms
and lecture theatres as a five or six-digit
code,for example, WT1412.
The first letter indicates the campus.
AUT has three main campuses:

City Campus
55 Wellesley Street East, Auckland City

North Campus
90 Akoranga Drive, North Shore City

South Campus
640 Great South Road, Manukau City

The second letter indicates the building where the room is located.
The first numbers indicate the floor within the building, and the last
numbers indicate the specific room number.
For example, WT1412 is at City Campus, T building, level 14, room 12.

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NORTH
CAMPUS
AWATAHA
PLAZA

AWATAHA
PLAZA
SL

AWATAHA
PLAZA
SL

SL

LT

CF

LT

CF

AJ
SL

LT

AO

AJ

CF

AJ

SL

SL
SB
SL

AO

PT

AO

AA

SL

SL
SB
AUT UNIVERSITY BUILDING
REFERENCE
PT

COURSE INFORMATION CENTRE

SB

PT

STUDENT CENTRE
CAFES

AA

AA

CF

CONFERENCE FACILITY

AUT UNIVERSITY BUILDING REFERENCE

LT

AF LECTURE THEATRE FACILITY

COURSE INFORMATION CENTRE

SL

STUDENT LOUNGE

SB

INTERCAMPUS SHUTTLE BUS STOP

PT

PUBLIC TRANSPORT

CENTRE BUILDING REFERENCE


AUT STUDENT
UNIVERSITY
CAFES

COURSE INFORMATION CENTRE


CF

CONFERENCE FACILITY

STUDENT
CENTRE
LT
AF LECTURE
THEATRE
48

FACILITY

SL
STUDENT LOUNGE
CAFES
SB

INTERCAMPUS SHUTTLE BUS STOP

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CF

MOBILITY PARKS

CONFERENCE
FACILITY
PT
PUBLIC TRANSPORT

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CITY
CAMPUS

WA

AUT UNIVERSITY BUILDING REFERENCE


STUDENT CENTRE

WA

CAFES
AUT UNIVERSITY BUILDING REFERENCE
CF

CONFERENCE FACILITY

STUDENT CENTRE
SL
CAFES

STUDENT LOUNGE

CF

CONFERENCE
FACILITY
SB
INTERCAMPUS
SHUTTLE BUS STOP

SL

STUDENT LOUNGE

SB

INTERCAMPUS SHUTTLE BUS STOP

MOBILITY PARKS

MOBILITY PARKS

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PAY & DISPLAY


CARPARK
1

MB

RESERVED
CARPARKS
4
MB

VISITOR
CARPARK
3

MD

MC

EAT

GR

RESERVED
CARPARKS
4

SO

MC
STAFF
CARPARK
5

MF

STUDENTCENTRE
CENTRE
STUDENT
CAFE

PAY & DISPLAY


CARPARK
6

MOTOR
WAY
MILTON

MG

PAY & DISPLAY


CARPARK
6

D
OA

D
OA

HR

UT

SO

HR

UT

EAT

GR

STAFF
CARPARK
5

BUILDING
REFERENCE
MAMAAUTAUTUNIVERSITY
UNIVERSITY BUILDING
REFERENCE

MD
MG

ND HA

POOL

PT

MOTOR

STAFF
VISITOR
CARPARK
CARPARK
2
3

MA

WAY

POOL

PT

ND HA

ME

MILTON

PAY & DISPLAY


CARPARK
1

AUCKL
A

STAFF
CARPARK
2

MA

AUCKL
A

SOUTH
CAMPUS

ME

MF

I DRIVE

TE IRIRANG

I DRIVE

TE IRIRANG

DRIVE
CAVENDISH AVENDISH DRIVE

CAFE

SB

SB
PT

INTERCAMPUS SHUTTLE BUS STOP

INTERCAMPUS SHUTTLE BUS STOP


PT
PUBLIC TRANSPORT

PUBLIC
TRANSPORT
MOBILITY
PARKS
MOBILITY PARKS

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AUT
MILLENNIUM

SWIMMING POOL
ATHLETICS & RUNNING TRACK
R

RECEPTION
SWIMMING
POOL
MOBILITY
PARKS
ATHLETICS & RUNNING TRACK
R

RECEPTION
MOBILITY PARKS

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IT

AUT WIFI

ICT Service Desk is the single point of contact for any


questions, requests or problems related to ICT Services. Our
dedicated team provides walk-in, telephone and online support
for student computing. Tech Central is where you will find
computers, printers, scanners and laptops.
UNICENTRAL
https://unicentral.aut.ac.nz
UniCentral is AUTs student
portal that gives access to all
your online resources; it can
be accessed on campus or
off-campus. You can login
to UniCentral using your
network login and password
and get instant access to
Arion, AUTonline, Network
Services, MS Outlook, MyFiles,
Lab-booking, Lynda.com and
Library services.

MICROSOFT OFFICE
AUT students can download
Microsoft Office 365 Pro Plus
for FREE. See page 69 to find
out how.

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ICT GETTING STARTED


WORKSHOPS
ICT Services offer introductory
computer workshops at the
beginning of each semester
in the Information Literacy
Labs within the Libraries. To
book one of these workshops,
go to http://www.aut.ac.nz/
student-learning and click on
Seminars & Workshops.
If you are unable to attend one
of the sessions then we can
make an appointment for a
one-to-one session with our
expert staff.

Phone
(09) 921 9888
Tech Central/Service Desk
Staff Locations:
CITY CAMPUS
Level 4 Tech Central
Library, WA level 3
NORTH CAMPUS
AL125, Library
SOUTH CAMPUS
MA level 1 & 2

There is wireless
internet access
across all AUT
campuses.

All AUT students get 10GB free


Wi-Fi per month.
Logging in is easy:
1. On your personal device
choose AUTwifi from the
available networks.
2. Log in with your AUT
username and password
3. Thats it youll be logged
in automatically whenever
youre on campus
For assistance please see one
of the Service Desk staff at
Tech Central or contact them
on (09) 921 9888.

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LIBRARY

HELPING YOU STUDY

The Library provides a wide range of services and resources for


students. We have three libraries located at the City, North and
South Campuses. There are group study rooms, computer labs
and silent study areas in each library. Our large collection of online
resources is available for students 24/7.
We also provide workshops,
online tutorials and online
subject guides to help you
find resources in the Library.
You can make an appointment
with a Liaison Librarian for a
research consultation, get help
from library staff at the Help
Desk, or live chat via the Ask
a Librarian function on the
Library homepage.

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Visit us online and come to


our Getting Started: Finding
Information workshops (see
page 60-61).

WWW.LIBRARY.AUT.
AC.NZ

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LIBRARY
WORKSHOPS
SEMESTER 1

CITY CAMPUS WORKSHOPS

NORTH CAMPUS WORKSHOPS

SOUTH CAMPUS WORKSHOPS

GETTING STARTED:
FINDING INFORMATION

Library WA305, Library Teaching Lab

Library AL120, Library Teaching Lab

South Campus venue to be announced

This is the introductory Library


workshop and is essential for
any new student. Learn how to:

DATE

TIME

DATE

TIME

DATE

TIME

Monday 9 March

11am - 12pm

Monday 9 March

2pm - 3pm

Monday 16 March

2pm-3pm

Use Library Search to find


print and electronic books
and journal articles

Wednesday 11 March

11am - 12pm

Monday 16 March

2pm - 3pm

Tuesday 17 March

4pm-5pm

Monday 16 March

11am - 12pm

Identify different Library


resources

Wednesday 18 March

11am - 12pm

Monday 23 March

11am-12pm

Tuesday 17 March

3pm - 4pm

Thursday 19 March

5pm - 6pm

Wednesday 25 March

2pm-3pm

Use searching strategies and


tips to find information

Wednesday 18 March

11am - 12pm

Tuesday 24 March

2pm - 3pm

Wednesday 18 March

5pm - 6pm

Thursday 26 March

2pm - 3pm

SEMESTER 2:

Thursday 19 March

3pm - 4pm

Monday 30 March

2pm - 3pm

See library website for dates


and times.

Monday 23 March

3pm - 4pm

Tuesday 24 March

11am - 12pm

Wednesday 25 March

11am - 12pm

Thursday 26 March

11am - 12pm

Monday 30 March

11am - 12pm

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To register online for these workshops


please go to :

WWW.LIBRARY.AUT.AC.NZ/INEED/WORKSHOPS

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AUT SOCIAL MEDIA

DONT BE AN
EGG ONLINE!

Keep your finger on the pulse.


Get in behind the scenes here:

Sometimes its easy


to forget that our
online selves define
who we are just as
much as our real
life interactions
do. Dont let your
social media
persona get you
into an unpleasant
or embarrassing
situation.

WWW.AUT.AC.NZ/SOCIAL

TALK

CHAT

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INDULGE

SHARE

Here are 5 tips for


a trouble-free social
media existence:
Dont say anything online
that you wouldnt say in
a real life situation
Avoid posting online
when you have been
drinking alcohol
Dont react in anger take a break for 15 minutes
and consider your response
Avoid overly emotional or
vulnerable posts - you may
regret these later on
Remember that what you put
on the internet stays there
forever

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DO YOU REMEMBER WHAT


YOU DID LAST NIGHT?

FACEBOOK DOES
A few drinks with friends
can make for a memorable
night especially if you
cant recall what happened!
Excessive drinking is a
problem in New Zealand,
and the habits you form
now are likely to stay with
you in the future. The best
way we can change this
culture is to be mindful of
our own behaviour and
watch out for our friends.

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Get wise about how much is


too much and the real effects of
alcohol on your body and mind.

HTTP://SURVEY.ALAC.
ORG.NZ

Ready for a break? Check out


Hello Sunday Morning.

HTTP://
HELLOSUNDAYMORNING.
ORG

YOU BELONG
AT AUT.
HARASSMENT
AND BULLYING
DONT.
AUT is a great place to study
and make friends, many
of whom will be with you
for life. Were proud of our
comfortable, social atmosphere
its a big part of who we are.
This is why at AUT any form of
harassment by anybody, staff
or student, is unacceptable
and taken seriously by the
University.

The AUT Harassment


Prevention Programme
provides support and a range of
options for effectively dealing
with any issues.
If youre concerned about
a situation that you feel is
harassment, dont hesitate

JUST ASK.
Were here to help.
Phone
(09)921 9090

WWW.AUT.AC.NZ/
STUDENT_SERVICES/
HARASSMENT

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THINK BEFORE
YOU SHARE!
Any student is permitted to use a
recording device to make an audio
recording of a lecture or seminar.
The student is not required to seek
permission to make such a recording.
Any student with a disability, who is
deemed eligible by Disability Student
Support, can request the University
to make a visual recording of a
lecture or seminar.

The following conditions


apply to all recordings:
Any recording made is for
the sole use of the student
who is enrolled in the paper.
The recording must not
be used for any purpose
other than as a means for
the student to review the
material presented in the
class.
The recording cannot
be used for commercial
purposes.
No additional copies are to
be taken of the recording.
There is to be no alteration
of the recording by digital or
other means.

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The recording may not be


conveyed or distributed to
any other person by any
means whatever, other
than to a disability advisor/
assistant for the purpose of
transcribing the recording.
The recording is not to be
published by a student using,
but not limited to, print
media, digital media or social
media.

seminars content. Ownership


does not pass to the student
making the recording or to
any person transcribing the
recording.
All recordings must be
destroyed by the student
once their purpose has been
met. This will always be
before the student leaves
the programme and would
normally be at the end of the
paper.

The failure of a student to


comply with these conditions
for recording will be regarded
as a disciplinary matter and
investigated under the Council
Disciplinary Statute.

The ownership of the


information contained within The recording must be
discreet and not intrude on,
the recording remains the
or be obstructive to other
property of the staff member
participants in the lecture or
giving the lecture or seminar,
seminar.
and/or the University and any
others connected with the
development of the lecture or

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SOFTWARE TRAINING
FREE TO YOU
AUT is the only New Zealand
university that provides free
access to Lynda.com for all
students.

WHAT IS LYNDA.COM?

FREE MICROSOFT
OFFICE DOWNLOAD
Up-skill yourself, learn at your
own pace and get an edge on
the competition at uni and
beyond. Its free and its here
for you.

Microsoft Office 365


ProPlus is FREE for all AUT
students and includes Word,
Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote
and more.

Using your AUT WiFi access


to download and install Office
365 ProPlus software will
impact your monthly 10GB AUT
data allocation.

Design

TO ACCESS LYNDA.COM:

Developer

1. Go to www.lynda.com

Business

2. Choose login though your


organisation or school

You can download and


install this software using
your home broadband or
from the computers in the
Tech Central labs

You need at least 3 GB of free


space on your USB memory
stick to copy the files from
Tech Central.

Lynda.com is a suite of online


software training videos
including over 2,000 courses
in the following subject areas:

Web
Photography
3D
Audio
Video

3. Enter aut.ac.nz (only required


when logging in for the first
time)
4. Use your AUT login and
password

You can install Office


365 ProPlus on up to five
devices.

To get Office 365 ProPlus, go to

You can download and


use the software straight
away

and click Free Office 365 Pro Plus Download.

HTTPS://UNICENTRAL.AUT.AC.NZ

Any questions? Contact


the ICT Service Desk on
(09) 921 9888

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GETTING AROUND
BUS, TRAIN & FERRY
The easiest way to get all the Auckland bus,
train and ferry information is to go to
www.maxx.co.nz
This website has a journey
planner so you can easily work
out your travel plans. There
is also detailed information
available on timetables.

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Alternatively, you can visit


the information kiosk at the
Britomart transport centre, or
visit the Auckland Transport
Office, Level 4 of the WA
building.

Dont forget to grab your


Tertiary ID sticker for up to
38% off ticket prices. Visit your
AuSM office on campus and
present your student ID card to
claim this great discount.

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AUT
CAMPUS BUS
AUT University proudly promotes sustainable transport
to help reduce carbon emissions and support related
health and environmental benefits.
AUTS NEW CAMPUS
BUS FLEET
Six new state-of-the-art
buses; the first of their kind
in New Zealand
GPS vehicle tracking for
providing schedule updates
to passengers
CCTV for your safety
Ramps for wheelchair users;
bus drivers have been
trained in their use
Will integrate with AT HOP
Card system from next year
Each bus features a different
colour, with graphics
designed by AUTs Art Studio
Manager

Tickets range from $2.50 for


a 1-ride ticket to $60 for a
30-ride ticket. The driver will
clip your ticket, which you can
buy from the outlets below.
No cash accepted on campus
shuttle buses.

WHERE TO GET CAMPUS BUS TICKETS

View the 2015 timetable at

CITY CAMPUS

NORTH CAMPUS

SOUTH CAMPUS

WWW.AUT.AC.NZ/
AUTSHUTTLE

University Bookshop
(WC122):
Monday - Friday
8am-5.30pm

University Bookshop
(AB101):
Monday Friday
8.30am-5pm

Sport and Fitness Centre


(MD104):
7am-7pm (5.00pm Friday)

City Gym Reception


(Level 1, WC Building):
Monday - Friday
6am-9pm;
Saturday 10am-6pm;
Sunday 10am-2pm;
Closed on public holidays

North Gym Reception (AH


Building):
Monday - Thursday
6am-9pm;
Friday 6am-8pm;
Saturday 8am-5pm;
Sunday 10am-2pm

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AUT GYM

HEALTHY BODY,
HEALTHY MIND
@AUTGym, were all about
creating healthy bodies for the
healthy-minded. You should
expect more from your gym,
so thats why were totally
obsessed with creating a smart
yet fun approach to getting
the results you want for the
lifestyle you choose. Awesome
pricing, facilities and staff are a
given. Do it for you!

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CITY
Level 1, WC Building
NORTH
Level 1, AH Building
SOUTH
Level 1, MD Building

WWW.SPORTFITNESS.
AUT.AC.NZ

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STUFF TO DO

WHATS HAPPENING IN AUCKLAND

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BIGLITTLECITY.CO.NZ

JASONS.CO.NZ

EVENTFINDER.CO.NZ

Big Little City is the official


guide to whats going on
in Auckland City. From the
fringes of Ponsonby to Parnell
they have brought together
everything you need to know
about the best events, dining,
nightlife, hotels and attractions
in the central business district.

Provides free information on


what is happening in Auckland
City.

Eventfinder is an online cultural


events calendar that focuses on
whats on around New Zealand.

MUKUNA.CO.NZ

Events are organised into the


categories: Concerts and Gig
Guide, Festivals and Lifestyle,
Performing Arts, Sports and
Outdoors, Exhibitions, and
Workshops and Conferences
to help you target what youre
looking for.

This is a great no-frills gig


guide focusing mainly on night
life in Auckland and is perfect
whether you want to catch a
bit of laid-back afternoon Jazz
or Rock until the early hours to
your favourite band or DJ.

Its free to join and you can


customise your own weekly
Whats On newsletter to
include your choice of event
types and/or locations.

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AUTs premier fine dining restaurant


offering classic New Zealand cuisine
in the heart of the city.

The student association @ AUT that delivers:

Four Seasons is the perfect choice


for an elegant date, pre-theatre
dinner or business lunch.

ADVOCACY / LEGAL INFO

Also an ideal setting for group


functions, seminars, cocktail
evenings and private dinners.

REPRESENTATION

Where
Call
Email
View

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

WH building level 2
09 921 9932
fourseasons.restaurant@aut.ac.nz
www.fourseasonsrestaurant.co.nz

CLUBS
EVENTS

Join us for fresh, quick food, drink and


friendly service through breakfast,
lunch and dinner (8am-8pm Mon-Fri).

STUDENT MEDIA

Plus, come in and try our great


student specials!

STUDENT JOB SEARCH

Where
Call
Email
View

& MORE...

WH building level 2
09 921 9932
piko.restaurant@aut.ac.nz
www.pikorestaurant.co.nz

facebook.com/pikorestaurant

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instagram/ausm_aut

facebook.com/ausm1

AuSM Connect App

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