Contractors are scheduled to start work in the UCSA carpark on Friday 24 June to divert water and sewer pipes. This work is essential to ensure water and sewage services remain operational for other buildings in the area when demolition work starts on the UCSA building in August. Note, some trees are also being trimmed or removed as part of this work.
Please be aware:
- the north entrance to the UCSA carpark will remain open, but will be narrower than usual
- around 50 parking spaces will be unavailable at the north end (outside the UCSA building) of the carpark
- there will be footpath closures at the east end of the UCSA building, pedestrians should follow detours/signage in place.
The work is expected to be completed by mid-July.
Please take care when travelling through the area. Follow traffic management and signage in place and look out for others.
The south access point to the north/south walkway which runs through the Civil/Mechanical building will be closed on Monday 27 June and Tuesday 28 June. This is to allow for roofing work to be carried out.
To access the Civil/Mechanical building, please use the door on the north/Creyke Road side. Or, if travelling through campus, please use Forestry or Engineering roads instead.
Stress getting you down?
Experiencing increased stress about your exams and results is normal and we don’t want you to experience this alone.
The Student Development Team is available to help – even during the break. Please contact us if you need tutoring; help with requesting an extension for an essay, applying for an aegrotat or a back-dated discontinuation from a course; or anything else to help with your studies. You can talk to us about anything, even if you’re not 100% sure about what you need. If we don’t have the answer, we will find someone who does.
You can make an appointment with an advisor or come in to see a ‘drop in advisor’ for any quick queries. Find us on Level 2, James Hight Library or call 03 369 3631 to make an appointment.
You can also contact the Māori Development Team and Pacific Development Team to resolve any issues that might be impacting your study.
- UC Health Centre offers free counselling to UC students.
- The UC Psychology Centre offers students an opportunity to participate in a wide range of psychological assessments and treatments.
- The UC Chaplains can help if you are looking for someone to connect with and talk about what’s going on for you.
- A list of support services outside of UC is available here.