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Māori Student Support and Students' Association | Lincoln University

Lincoln University is a great place for Māori students to study, with Māori support services on hand to help when required.

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Māori Student Support and Students' Association

Lincoln University is a great place for Māori students to study, with Māori support services on hand to help when required.

If you’re unsure about the right study path for you, or considering your options, Lincoln University’s Māori Outreach Coordinator can help.

Ekara Lewis
Māori Outreach Co-ordinator
0800 10 60 10
+64 3 423 0000
land@lincoln.ac.nz

If you are already a student and require advise our Māori and Pacific Island Support Coordinator can help.

Jo Frew
Māori and Pacific Island Support Coordinator.
0800 10 60 10
+64 3 423 0198
jo.frew@lincoln.ac.nz

Te Awhioraki: Māori Students’ Association
Te Awhioraki represents all Māori students on campus; providing social, cultural, and academic support. It also organises social events, kapa haka, wananga, and workshops to support and enhance Māori identity on campus.

Te Awhioraki provides a strong voice for Māori  issues. It works alongside the Lincoln University Students’ Association (LUSA) as a student advocate, and has a seat on the University Council Committee responsible for Māori development (Ahumairaki), and the LUSA executive.

For more information, contact Melissa Noanoa on email melissa.noanoa@lincolnuni.ac.nz or mobile 027 927 1871.


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