AUT wants to support mothers who are breastfeeding while studying or working at AUT.
City Campus: WB134
North Campus: AE102F
AUT has a number of fono rooms on campus for Pacific students, which you are welcome to use for studying, group assignments or just relaxing.
City Campus: Culture and Society - WT104, Engineering - WD406a, Pacific Student Support Service - WB239
North Campus: Health and Environmental Sciences - AE125
To find out how to access these fono rooms, contact Pacific Student Support
AUT Ngā Wai o Horotiu Marae serves as a whānau, cultural and spiritual centre. Ngā Wai o Horotiu Marae is one of the ways in which AUT actively acknowledges the importance of the principles of the Treaty of Waitangi and expresses our deeply held belief that AUT is a centre of learning not only for all peoples, but also a particular place where Māori have a special and distinct role. AUT Ngā Wai o Horotiu Marae is a place where you can stand proud.
Learn more about Ngā Wai o Horotiu Marae
Multifaith rooms are for students and staff of all faith groups to use for prayer, meditation, reflection or faith-based workshops. The City Campus room is WB112 and the North Campus room is AP102. The rooms can be booked for regular times, or can be used for drop-in during non-booked times.
City Campus: WB112
North Campus: AP102
South Campus: MC202C
Find booking details, guidelines for use and a room timetable at sacred spaces on campus
A Muslim prayer room is available on the City Campus (room at rear of WW building) and North Campus (AP112A) for AUT Muslim students and staff. The rooms have separate spaces for men and women, and washroom facilities.
City Campus: WT 012
North Campus: AP112A
For details about access, opening hours and guidelines for use, see sacred spaces on campus
AUT has a number of rest, recreation and study spaces for Māori students.
City Campus: Culture and Society - WT104, Engineering - WD406a, Māori Liaison Services - WB203
North Campus: Health and Environmental Sciences - AE101a/101b
If you have any queries about access, contact Maori Liaison Services.