Living on campus can be a great option – you’ll be minutes away from AUT buildings and it’s an easy way to meet other students.
All our rooms are designed for single living only – we can’t accept couples or families.
You can use campus resources easily – the library, computer labs, gym and other services are all nearby.
Living in student accommodation makes it easy to meet other people. Most of the residents are first-year students, so it’s a good way to get used to living away from home.
You can meet other people at regular social and sport events organised by our Residential Life team. The team helps you settle in and get to know the rules of your accommodation.
Students who live in AUT accommodation have a high academic success rate because they’re part of a supportive community that’s connected to support and advice services.
Our Residential Assistants can help direct you to the right person or service if you have personal issues. You can join a community study group and meet other people doing the same papers.
Both accommodation locations have onsite night security for your safety.
Because the cost of student accommodation includes furniture, power, water and internet, all you need to bring is your personal belongings.
You can have a guest to stay in your apartment for one or two nights if your flatmates agree. You must register them with the accommodation office before. You may need to pay for them to stay.
When you stay in AUT student accommodation, you have the right to live and study in a pleasant and secure environment. You also have some responsibilities.