The Student Services Levy (SSL) is a fee New Zealand tertiary institutions charge to help fund the cost of delivering support services and facilities for students, which are not covered by tuition fees.
From 1 January 2020, the way the SSL is calculated will change to a points-based system. This means the SSL you pay will be based on the number of points you study in an academic year. The points system is simpler and more transparent for everyone. Watch the video below and find out more here
Head down to C-Block Lawn today (Wednesday 25 September) between 11.30am and 1pm for the Whanaunga from another Maunga – Free BBQ event being held as part of Diversity Fest 2019.
It’s an opportunity to take a moment to relax, enjoy some free kai (UCSA will be running the BBQ – vegetarian, gluten free and halal options available) and meet new people.
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Check out the workshops on offer at the Academic Skills Centre | Pokapū Pūkenga Ako and UC Library during Term 4. You can enrol online now.
Take advantage of the 20 different free courses for undergraduates, honours, and postgraduate students. There’s something for everyone, from taking effective notes, managing your time, revision and exam skills, understanding both stress and study fatigue.
View the Term 4 programme – ASC Term 4 2019 Workshops