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Student services fee

Learn about our student services fee, which allows us to provide a range of services.

Student services fee

Learn about our student services fee, which allows us to provide a range of services.

2018

As a student your contribution enables some services to be provided at no cost, and others at a subsidised rate. 

Lincoln University funds the services below across the ten categories the CSSF can be applied to.

Advocacy and legal advice LUSA have suitably experienced people who are available for advocacy and educational support when the University is officially open.
Careers information, advice and guidance Lincoln University provides a careers and employment service to enhance the employability of Lincoln University students and graduates, and to manage relationships with employers and industry to facilitate the recruitment if students and graduates
Counselling services and Pastoral Care Lincoln University is committed to ensure students can access support and guidance to help them cope with University life, manage relationships and stress. The University provides suitably qualified/experienced professionals accessible through Student Health and Support.
Employment information LUSA maintains Student Job Search (SJS) membership which is accessible to all Lincoln University students.
Financial support and advice Lincoln University and LUSA will provide students with information on budgeting resources and administer a Hardship scheme to assist students in need.
Health services Lincoln University provide a comprehensive health service including a doctor, nurses and mental health professionals.
Media LUSA communicate with students via a range of media including printed press, social media and website and will monitor and record all communications. They enable and encourage appropriate student contributions to relevant media.
Childcare services Through Lincoln Hospitality Limited, Childcare services are available on weekdays during the University academic year and meet all applicable Ministry of Education requirements.
Clubs and societies

LUSA provide all LUSA affiliated clubs and societies with administration and facilities support and advice. They also administer a grants scheme for all LUSA affiliated clubs and societies. Club details can be found at: www.lusa.org.nz/clubs

Sports, recreation and cultural activities LUSA provide a range of events open to all students that contribute to a vibrant campus through the main academic year.
A modern and well equipped Recreation Centre accommodates a wide variety of sporting and recreation interests is provided through Lincoln Hospitality Limited

See further down the page to view the graph showing what the student service fee is supporting.

Fees

Semester 2018 Fees (NZ$ includes GST)
January Summer School $90.00
Semester One $310.00 (less than 30 credits $145.00)
Semester Two $310.00 (less than 30 credits $145.00)
November Summer School $90.00
Full Summer School $310.00 (less than 30 credits $145.00)
Research $620.00
English Language $20.00 per week
Lincoln Off campus (per year) $60.00

Students treated as Lincoln 'off campus' for the Student services fee are defined as students enrolled in the following programmes and not currently enrolled in any on campus courses:

* Regional Education
* Master's and PhD students who have been granted permission to register on an external basis by the Academic Administration Committee in accordance with the house rules for external Master's and PhD students.

Background: A change in government policy in 2011 requires that from 2012 the University must consult with students on the provision of student services. A ministerial directive determined the broad range of categories that can be covered by the fee.  The Student Services Fee is not a membership fee of the Lincoln University Students' Association (LUSA), but LUSA do provide some of the services on behalf of the University.

 

Decision-making and Consultation

Campus Service Council is responsible for administering the decision-making process on the CSSF level and the services that are offered. It is made up of Students, LUSA and Lincoln University staff. The Campus Service Council is charged with monitoring and evaluating the services provided through the CSSF. The Terms of Reference for the Council can be found here
In 2016 students were surveyed on their student experiences which informed the services that will be delivered in future years and the corresponding fee level. Student feedback through a variety of fora also informs the process and student feedback is always welcomed by the service-providers, LUSA and the university more generally.
In October the Campus Service Council will begin planning any consultation activities that will occur in the following year to assist in understanding the level of the fee and the scope of services that should be provided. The Campus Service Council are open to any suggestions of services that should be delivered and feedback on the current services that are provided.
Involvement and feedback can be through any of the representatives on the Campus Service Council by contacting the LUSA President (president@lusa.org.nz, 03 423 0580) or the Chief Academic Officer (VCOffice@lincoln.ac.nz, 03 423 0177).

2019

As a student your contribution enables some services to be provided at no cost, and others at a subsidised rate.
Lincoln University funds the services below across the ten categories the CSSF can be applied to.
 
Advocacy and legal advice LUSA have suitably experienced people who are available for advocacy and educational support when the University is officially open.
Careers information advice and guidance Lincoln University provides a careers and employment service to enhance the employability of Lincoln University students and graduates, and to manage relationships with employers and industry to facilitate the recruitment of students and graduates.
Counselling services and Pastoral Care Lincoln University is committed to ensure students can access support and guidance to help them cope with University life, manage relationships and stress. The University provides suitably qualified/experienced professionals accessible through Student Health and Support.
Employment information LUSA maintains Student Job Search (SJS) membership which is accessible to all Lincoln University students.
Financial support and advice Lincoln University and LUSA will provide students with information on budgeting resources and administer a Hardship scheme to assist students in need.
Health services Lincoln University provides a comprehensive health service including a doctor, nurses and mental health professionals.
Media LUSA communicate with students via a range of media including printed press, social media and website and will monitor and record all communications. They enable and encourage appropriate student contributions to relevant media.
Childcare services Through Lincoln Hospitality Limited, Childcare services are available on weekdays during the University academic year and meet all applicable Ministry of Education requirements.
Clubs and societies LUSAS provide all LUSA affiliated clubs and societies with administration and facilities support and advice. They also administer a grants scheme for all LUSA affiliated clubs and societies. Club details can be found at: www.lusa.org.nz/clubs (http://www.lusa.org.nz/clubs)
Sports, recreation and cultural activities

LUSA provide a range of events open to all students that contribute to a vibrant campus through the main academic year.

A modern and well equipped Recreation Centre that accommodates a wide variety of sporting and recreation interests is provided through Lincoln Hospitality Limited

 

 

Fees

Semester 2019 Fees (NZ$ includes GST)
January Summer School $104.00
Semester One $360.00 (less than 30 credits $168.00)
Semester Two $360.00 (less than 30 credits $168.00)
November Summer School $104.00
Full Summer School $360.00 (less than 30 credits $168.00)
Research $720.00
English Language $23.00 per week
Off Campus (per year) $60.00

 

Students treated as Lincoln 'off campus' for the Student services fee are defined as students enrolled in the following programmes and not currently enrolled in any on campus courses:

* Regional Education
* Master's and PhD students who have been granted permission to register on an external basis by the Academic Administration Committee in accordance with the house rules for external Master's and PhD students.

 

Background: A change in government policy in 2011 requires that from 2012 the University must consult with students on the provision of student services. A ministerial directive determined the broad range of categories that can be covered by the fee.  The Student Services Fee is not a membership fee of the

Lincoln University Students' Association (LUSA), but LUSA do provide some of the services on behalf of the University.

 

 

 

Decision-making and Consultation

Campus Service Council is responsible for administering the decision-making process on the CSSF level and the services that are offered. It is made up of Students, LUSA and Lincoln University staff. The Campus Service Council is charged with monitoring and evaluating the services provided through the CSSF. The Terms of Reference for the Council can be found here
In 2016 students were surveyed on their student experiences which informed the services that will be delivered in future years and the corresponding fee level. Student feedback through a variety of fora also informs the process and student feedback is always welcomed by the service-providers, LUSA and the university more generally.
In October the Campus Service Council will begin planning any consultation activities that will occur in the following year to assist in understanding the level of the fee and the scope of services that should be provided. The Campus Service Council are open to any suggestions of services that should be delivered and feedback on the current services that are provided.
Involvement and feedback can be through any of the representatives on the Campus Service Council by contacting the LUSA President (president@lusa.org.nz, 03 423 0580) or the Chief Academic Officer (VCOffice@lincoln.ac.nz, 03 423 0177).