The Disability Resource Service | Ratonga Whaikaha (DRS) and Student Care | Atawhai Ākonga are moving into the Forestry building next week.
On Monday 4 and Tuesday 5 March they’ll be relocating to 125 Forestry – the area by the level 1 main entrance next to Student Experience and Student Success.
The move brings together some of our key teams and services that support students in one location – making it easier for students to access them.
Services will remain available during relocation
DRS and Student Care will be available to students during the relocation on Monday and Tuesday so please continue to refer students to these services.
Disability Resource Service
New location, new name
The Disability Resource Service is changing its name to the Equity and Disability Service to better reflect the services and support available to students. From next week you might start to notice this change on the website and signage.
The Erskine Programme is pleased to announce that nominations for the 2020 Canterbury, Cambridge and Oxford Fellowships and Grants are now open.
Nominations for visits to UC (fellowships) and visits by UC academics (grants) are due into the Erskine Programme Office by 10 May 2019. Visits will take place during 2020.
Further information and the nomination forms can be found at https://intranet.canterbury.ac.nz/erskine/forms.shtml
Canterbury Fellowships and Grants are available for non-Erskine Schools/Departments being:
- the College of Arts (excluding the Departments of Philosophy, Linguistics and NCRE);
- The College of Education, Health and Human Development (exuding the School of Health Sciences); and
- The School of Law.
All Schools and Departments can apply for a Cambridge and Oxford Fellowship or Grant.
Please contact the Erskine Programme Office at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
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Are you interested in yoga, but want a private space with other UC Staff? Our UC Staff only yoga starts again on Thursday 28 Feb – register now and find breathing space again.
The lovely Mel Mortiaux will be teaching a variety of yoga styles (hatha/restorative/yin/gentle flow) – this is a wonderful opportunity to experience a range of styles, in the comfort of our new ZenZone.
The class is limited to just 14 people, so you’ll get close attention and guidance to find the right posture for your body.
The course runs for 8 weeks, on Thursdays at 6.10pm. It’s great value at just $60, and your family/friends/support person are welcome to join also for $90.
And because it’s the same group each week, Mel will be able to shape the class around your needs and progress.
So, what are you waiting for? Sign up at reception today, or give us a call on 369 2433.
For more information contact Danielle Mather or see our website (where you’ll find some other great health and fitness courses).