The Central Library in the Puaka – James Hight building will open on Queens Birthday, 10am – 6pm. As we move towards exams, the resources and staff at the library are there to support you. Opening times for the next two weeks are available online here>
Be sure to bring your Canterbury Card with you. For contract tracing purposes, you’ll need to swipe your Canterbury Card upon entry to Puaka-James Hight Library. You may also need to scan QR codes when entering certain spaces within the building. To save time, pre-register for the QR code contact tracing system.
For more information on Alert Level 2 health and safety procedures on campus, including the Central Library, read more>
A registration form is available now for students studying at UC in Semester 2 who are at higher risk of severe illness from COVID-19, or living with people at higher risk. Completing this form will help us to plan for the second semester and ensure your individual needs are met. The form is online here.
See here for information about how UC is managing health and safety on campus at COVID-19 Alert Level 2.
Tertiary Wellbeing Aotearoa New Zealand (TWANZ) is a national network dedicated to creating resilient, thriving communities in universities across Aotearoa New Zealand.
They’ve compiled some wellbeing resources – including some you’ll recognise from UC – published by universities around the world to help keep your wellbeing front of mind. More information here>
Looking after yourself is an important part of being a successful student. From general advice to mentoring, health care to financial support, there are a wide range of services to support you in looking after your wellbeing. Find services here>