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.
Living on campus is about more than just the room. You become part of a community from the moment you arrive, with opportunities to make social connections and to develop leadership and life skills that will help you succeed at AUT.
You’ll benefit from the sense of belonging and support that comes from living in a close-knit and diverse community – your home away from home.
Our Residential Life programme involves activities and events during the year. These encourage you to interact with others, look after your health and wellbeing, and strengthen the residential community.
For example, the Battle of the Bridge sports competition sees AUT’s two student hostels compete against each. Other events include game and quiz nights like 'Grocery Bingo', 'Nacho Nights', stress workshops and group outings.
You can use campus resources easily – the library, computer labs, gym and other services are all nearby.
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.
Because the cost of student accommodation includes furniture, power, water and internet, all you need to bring is your personal belongings.