Category Archives: Helping the community

Amazing people doing great things locally, nationally and internationally and opportunities for students to volunteer and get involved with community projects.

Red Zone Futures Exhibition open until 30 June

Regenerate Christchurch are developing a draft Regeneration Plan for the Ōtākaro Avon River Corridor, and their Red Zone Futures Exhibition showcases the shortlisted land uses for this important area of the city.

Regenerate Christchurch welcome everyone to view the exhibition and give feedback, which will help shape the future of Christchurch and that of future generations.

You’ll find the exhibition at 99 Cashel Street, Christchurch, 10.00am – 3.00pm daily (or until 7.00pm Thursdays).

Or you can view it online here>

Do you Know the Code?

At UC we’re a community of people committed to creating a
campus culture of belonging, understanding,inclusiveness and caring. Ākonga Tū, Ākonga Ora.

As a student you will try new things, make mistakes and learn from them, but you still have a responsibility to keep yourself and others safe and not bring UC into disrepute. 

Make sure you Know the Code including your responsibilities and what expectations are of students and of the University>

Behaviours that put you or others at serious risk can
impact on your enrolment at UC, your career and subsequent employment opportunities.

Look after yourself and look after your mates.

Join the SVA Big Give – Saturday 3 March

Do you want to be part of something amazing? Want an excuse to get out and see the best of Christchurch? 

This Saturday 3 March, join the hundreds-strong UC Student Volunteer Army as we head to Godley Head for ‘The Big Give’. 

The goal of ‘The Big Give’ is to introduce you to Christchurch and carry out a day of volunteering in the community, ultimately giving you another rewarding University experience. Activities on the day include restoring historical WWII buildings, painting, planting, track laying, fencing, and more!

Godley Head sports some spectacular coastal views, a penguin colony, quirky old baches and a slice of New Zealand’s military history.

This is a FREE event, and you’ll get a whole bunch of rad FREE stuff for your efforts, including (but not limited to): the honoured SVA t-shirt, a BBQ lunch and sponsors merchandise. You’ll also enjoy a live gig with Souldrop.

Buses will be departing to Godley Head from The Foundry carpark from 8.30am, and return from 2.00pm onward. Bring your flat(mates), a hat, and be the change!

Find more information and register on our Facebook page>