It’s your time to get vaccinated for Covid-19, so pop into the vaccination clinics at Haere-roa on Tuesday 5 and Wednesday 6 October. There’ll be free kai and parking as well, don’t miss out!
Covid-19 vaccination clinics at Haere-roa
Tuesday 5 October
Wednesday 6 October
10am-2pm (Māori and Pasifika clinic)
You won’t need to make an appointment, you can just drop in. Everyone is welcome, so bring along your friends, family and flatmates too. We’ll have free kai and music as well. Get vaccinated, get a free burger…it’s good all round!
Please make sure you wear a face covering and maintain physical distancing at all times.
Parking and transport
Good news, you’ll be able park for free at the UCSA carpark on 5 and 6 October if you’re getting vaccinated.
If you need help getting to the clinics, UC Security will be running a free transport service for people who live near to campus. You’ll need to book your spot in advance by calling 0800 823 637. The team will do their best to accomodate you.
For more information on the Covid-19 vaccine, click here>
Daylight saving’s as good of a time as any to take a moment to make sure you’re all set in case of an emergency. Check you’re prepared:
- Have you saved UC Security’s number in your phone?
UC Security staff are on campus 24 hours a day, seven days a week, so no matter when you might need to get in touch, someone will always be there to help. Be prepared by having UC Security’s number saved: 0800 823 637.
- Are your UCGO push notifications turned on?
The UCGO app brings essential UC tools to your phone. One of these tools is emergency push notifications. These are only used when there is a campus wide emergency we need you to know about, and could include campus evacuations and lock-down situations.
FYI – there will be an emergency test in the morning on Thursday 30 September.
- Have you updated your emergency contacts?
Keep your emergency contact details updated – go to People Soft to check your information is correct. Instructions are available here>
- Do you know where the Emergency Procedures are located around your lectures?
All departments have an Emergency Procedures flip chart outlining what to do in various types of emergencies. The flip charts are on display throughout the University. If you have not seen the flip charts, ask where they are or view the PDF file versions of each page here.
- Remember: No smoking or vaping on campus
UC is a smokefree campus, meaning you cannot smoke cigarettes or vape on campus grounds, in or near any UC buildings or at any field stations. By respecting the smokefree policy we can all enjoy a healthier place to study, work, socialise and live.
The best place to go with all up to date information about UC’s Commitment to Health, Safety and Wellbeing is online here.
Create real change and support UC students by joining the UCSA’s Advisory Groups in 2022!
We’re recruiting for the Equity and Wellbeing (EWAG), Postgraduate (PGAG), and International (IAG) teams.
These groups work with our Student Exec to build a campus that listens to student feedback and creates a sense of belonging. Past initiatives include giving feedback on the redevelopment of UC’s Wellness Hub and UCSA events like O.Week. Other examples are PGAG’s input on the recently approved Graduate School.
Get involved: Apply on our website before Friday 8 October 2021.
Have questions? Contact our Team for a chat: