Samsung Student Offer – get epic savings all year round on the latest Samsung mobile devices, accessories and more! Register before the 25th March and enjoy:
✅ Up to 20% off RRP all year round ✅ Additional 10% off your first purchase ✅ Use code BTS2024 to get an additional 5% off your entire purchase ✅ Shop before March 25 to go in the draw to win 1 of 3 pairs of Galaxy Buds2 Pro
Sign up now with your .ac.nz email address. T&C’s apply, see Samsung.com for details.
Don't miss out on this fantastic opportunity to join an engaging educational session with the inspiring team at Youthline, where we'll delve into important discussions about mental health. Plus, indulge in some delightful treats!
To secure your spot, sign up through our Eventbrite page. Hurry, spaces are limited!
Plus, be one of the first 50 attendees per session to receive an exciting goodie bag filled with fabulous Maybelline products.
HAPPY TACO TUESDAY! 🌮 To celebrate our Taco Tuesday, EVERY TUESDAY we are giving away 10x Taco Tuesday vouchers.
To enter simply follow the @mexicalifresh account and tag a friend you’d like to enjoy Taco Tuesday with! The more tags, the better your chances. We will randomly draw 5 lucky winners on 5th March 2024 to win a voucher for them and their tagged friend!
Taco Tuesday available in all Mexicali stores: Auckland: K Road, Ponsonby, Mt Eden, Constellation Drive, Botany & Lincoln Road Hawkes Bay: Napier Christchurch: Spitfire, Lincoln, Wigram & Rolleston . . . Terms & Conditions: Taco Tuesday subject to availability. Fried Chicken Tacos not included. Alcohol only available in Ponsonby (Auckland), Constellation Drive (Auckland), Napier (Hawkes Bay) and Wigram (Christchurch) stores, served following NZ drinking laws. To win vouchers you must meet all entry criteria. Entries open till 12pm 5/03/2024 The 5 winners will be chosen at random and contacted directly through this official account via DM. Two Taco Tuesday vouchers will be provided to each winner. Prize is not refundable or transferable. If winner is not contactable within 5 days, another winner will be drawn. ... See MoreSee Less
Welcome from Vice-Chancellor Professor Dawn Freshwater and AUSA Student President Alan Shaker 📣
Kia ora koutou, Welcome to campus for Semester One 2024!
As we start another semester, we would like to extend a warm welcome to our students for 2024. The start of semester is always a time full of excitement and potential. For us, 2024 is particularly exciting as we look forward to another year of connection, exploration, fun and endless possibilities.
We are also excited to be sharing this welcome message with you together. AUSA has enjoyed a strong partnership and collaboration with the University leadership over the last couple of years, and we look forward to seeing that grow to ensure the student voice is heard at the highest levels of the University.
Take the time to explore what the University has to offer, including the clubs and Orientation activities at the start of the semester. Visit the Clubs Expo and sign up to a club that interests you. Explore the AUSA-organised Orientation Festival starting on the 26 February which will see Alfred Street turned into a street festival like never before. Ranging from live performances, competitions, giveaways and food – it will be a spectacular experience! On the Wednesday night, we finish our Orientation Festival with the second ever edition of Alfred’s – the official concert of Orientation 2024. With award-winning artists and homegrown talent all playing at our campus here on Alfred Street, we have no doubt this will be an enjoyable experience for our students There are many reasons to be excited about 2024! Together, we will make this year a memorable one in your academic journey.
Kia manahau [means Enjoy!], Enjoy your time at Waipapa Taumata Rau.
Professor Dawn Freshwater Vice Chancellor & Alan Shaker AUSA President ... See MoreSee Less
AUSA is deeply saddened by the passing of former AUSA President Fa’anānā Efeso Collins. Efeso was a great friend of AUSA’s, after becoming the first Pacific President of AUSA in 1999, he paved the way for many of our Pacific students. Efeso went on to have a great career in politics, serving his South Auckland community for many years and becoming an inspiration to many young people and Pacific leaders. Efeso will always be remembered for his kindness, authenticity, and passion for serving people - he has made an impact on the lives of so many people and will be sorely missed.
Our thoughts go out to his beautiful family during this difficult time.