Academic and study support
There are many ways to access academic support while you study at AUT.
- Student Learning Centre
The friendly staff at the Student Learning Centre can assist with any aspect of your academic work - reading, essays, taking notes, giving oral presentations, writing assignments, interpreting feedback comments, and interpreting the culture and expectations of academic study.
- Disability Student Support
The Disability Student Support Service provides information and support services to AUT students with impairments to enable their full participation in learning.
- Māori and Pasifika academic support
Māori and Pasifika students at AUT can access a wide range of student learning services and resources, including tertiary readiness programmes for new AUT students, tutorial groups, one-on-one academic support, and fono and whānau spaces on campus.
- Student Advisors
Student Advisors are your first point of contact for any practical, social, academic or personal issue you may have while studying at AUT.
- Student Centre
The AUT Student Centre provides information on applications and admission, fees and invoices, academic records, general enrolment, graduation, accommodation, orientation and student services.
- Student Mentors
Student Mentors are trained to give advice based on their experiences as senior students, provide information about how the University’s systems work and refer students to relevant and useful resources and support services within AUT.
Last updated: 08 Feb 2013 1:45pm