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Orientation is our opportunity to welcome you to Massey University and prepare you for student life. The programme is full of events, activities and workshops designed for postgraduate and undergraduate students. You'll learn critical information about your programme, student services and campus facilities.
Participating in orientation is the best way to start your student experience with Massey University. It's a great way to meet people and make new friends.
Classes begin on Monday 16 November, but there is plenty of things that you can do beforehand to get you prepared. See below for more information.
One of the best ways you can prepare to study at Massey is by getting set up online. Check out this page for all the information you need on getting set up online.
There are lots of great things about getting your qualification by distance, and some unique challenges. This page has all the tools you'll need to get you prepared for distance study.
This site includes resources on student development, careers, well-being, academic advice, student associations and student advocacy. Start here with an Orientation activity for our new students to welcome you and help you familiarise yourself with the services.
To access your courses in Stream, Getting Started and MyHub you will need to set your network password. You can find instructions on how to do that here.
Getting started is an interactive course designed to assist you to navigate your study. It is located in Stream, start exploring now to set yourself up for a successful semester. The following will be covered:
Starting university is both exciting and daunting. To help you know what to expect, please join Dr Ella Kahu, our resident expert on student experiences of starting university for an online discussion.
When: Thursday 5 November, 8pm via Zoom join from PC, Mac, iOS or Android - https://massey.zoom.us/j/89362340645
If you are studying on campus or live nearby, pop into the library during the first week of classes to have a library tour.
Starting university and settling in to study routines can take a little bit of time.
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Last updated on Tuesday 20 October 2020