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  • International Student Support
    AUT’s International Student Support service provides specialised information and support services to international students. The team can give you information and advice on immigration matters, visas, insurance, accommodation and all things Kiwi.
  • Chaplains
    AUT’s chaplaincy team can help you with spiritual matters and development, life passages, ceremonies and worship and life crises.
  • Counselling services
    AUT offers free face-to-face and online counselling for all AUT students. You can talk to a counsellor about any concerns about your studies, loss and grief, coping with stress, relationships, concerns about sexuality, anger, anxiety or depression, motivation, alcohol or drug issues or if you’re feeling suicidal or at risk of harm.
  • Harassment prevention and support
    The Harassment Prevention Programme (HPP) is a confidential service that assists all at AUT University to work and learn in a safe environment. This section of the site tells you what support is available to resolve concerns and issues of harassment and bullying.
  • LGBT support
    AUT is a place where students can be open and proud of their sexual orientation. Find out about the services and resources that AUT offers to gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) students.
  • Mental health services
    AUT has a Student Advisor - Mental Health who would like to hear from you if you are at AUT and live with a mental illness, so we can best support your achievement at AUT. Visit this section to learn more about the support we offer and to find contact details.
  • Postgraduate Centre
    Contact the University Postgraduate Centre for advice on postgraduate processes and postgraduate seminar and event activities within the University. Find the Centre’s details in ‘Postgraduate academic information’.
  • Student Advisors
    If you’d like to discuss any practical, social, academic or personal issue you may have while studying at AUT, you can contact a Student Advisor. They are professionally trained staff who can assist you with resolving problems or concerns and, where appropriate, connect you to the relevant support services.
  • Student Mentors
    Student Mentors are experienced students who volunteer their time to help new students settle in during their first semester at AUT University. Visit this area of the site to learn more about what Student Mentors do, how to get a Student Mentor and how to become a Student Mentor.

Last updated: 01-Mar-2016 3.25pm

The information on this page was correct at time of publication. For a comprehensive overview of AUT qualifications, please refer to the Academic Calendar.