If you want to develop your learning skills, the peer mentoring programme offered by AUT's Learning Communities, can put you in touch with a senior student who mentors you in a specific subject.
New 2015 mentors - click here to see the mentor training resources
- Senior students who provide specialised tutorials or one-to-one sessions on specific subject areas - for example accounting, statistics and finance
- Have specific subject knowledge to assist students with specific questions about a subject area
- Are also available to provide general academic skills support
During semester, you can click on the links below to find out times and dates peer mentors are available:
- North Shore Campus Peer Mentors
- City Campus Peer Mentors
- South Campus Peer Mentors
To book an appointment with a peer mentor, click on the following link to log into CareerHub.
If you are new to CareerHub, have a look at this quick guide which explains how to book an appointment with a peer mentor.
Māori Peer Mentors
To book an appointment with a Māori Peer Mentor, please contact Wiremu Tipuna:
Phone: +64 9 921 9999 ext. 9614
Pacific Peer Mentors
To book an appointment with a Pacific Peer Mentor, please contact Rosemary Petersen:
Phone: +64 9 921 9999 ext. 9775
Chinese Peer Mentors
To find out more about Chinese Peer Mentors and the study groups they run, please email Karen Dai:
Become a mentor
Interested in becoming a mentor? Please contact Rainie Yu, Learning Communities Administrator, to register your interest.
Phone: +64 9 921 9999 ext. 7010
The following resources were presented to new mentors in February 2015 and provide a useful guide to being a mentor, and also what to expect from a mentor consultation. Click on the links in the table to open each resource.
|Mentor Training Resources|
|Mentor Resource Book|
|Mentor Models||Academic Literacies|
Last updated: 20-Feb-2015 3.51pm
The information on this page was correct at time of publication. For a comprehensive overview of AUT qualifications, please refer to the Academic Calendar.