10 Year Anniversary Earthquake Commemoration

In commemoration of the 2011 Christchurch Earthquake, Tumu Whakarae Vice-Chancellor Cheryl de la Rey and Tumu Tuarua  Kaunihera Pro-Chancellor Steve Wakefield will lay a puapua whakamahara (wreath), at the Roimata Sculpture at 12pm on Monday 22 February. You are welcome to join them for a moment of silence and reflection after the puapua whakamahara is placed.

Have you completed your Orientation+ online induction modules?

Are you a new first-year undergraduate student? Make sure you complete your Orientation+ online induction modules> 

The five modules are a really important part of your introduction to UC – they’re designed to make sure you’ve got all the essential information you need for your first year of study. 

All first-year undergraduate students must complete the modules – be sure to put them on your to-do list this week. 

Get started – it won’t take long…
It doesn’t take long to complete each module – between 5 to 15 minutes, and you don’t have to complete them all at once. 

Find out more and get started here> 

Make sure your party is a ‘good one’

Make sure you have a ‘good one’ and register your party on the Good One party register.

Why register your party with the Police?
Sometimes no matter how much planning you put in, parties can go bad. If this does happen it is much easier for you to get help from the community Police when you know who they are and they know you. 

When you register a party with the police, they might give you a call, offer advice and help you to plan and throw a ‘good one’. Find out more about how it works here>

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