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Attending university can be a daunting prospect, however, at Lincoln we have a range of support services available to help make your time as enjoyable as possible.
The Lincoln University Students' Association (LUSA) is dedicated to providing a great student experience for you.
At Lincoln we have students from around 60 different countries on campus, and we're committed to ensuring a supportive, rewarding environment for all.
Lincoln University is a great place for Māori students to study, with Māori support services on hand to help when required.
The Student Support Network is a group of people who you can go and see at any time about any problem.
It's not always easy juggling study and living costs when you're on a low income.
You can make an appointment with the Student Health and Support for any of the same reasons you would see your health provider at home.
The team at Inclusive Education want to make your student experience as easy as possible.
Things don't always go smoothly for any of us.
Whatever your beliefs, the Lincoln University Chaplains are available to provide guidance and support whenever needed.
Harassment is behaviour that threatens the safety or wellbeing of staff or students.
Richie McCaw entered the University as an Excellence Scholar in 1999 to study for a Bachelor of Agricultural Science and was awarded a rugby sports scholarship soon after. The fourth generation of his family to enrol at Lincoln, he made his All Blacks debut in 2001. In recognition of his illustrious rugby career and contribution to sport, Lincoln University awarded him an Honorary Doctorate in Natural Resources in 2012.Learn more about Lincoln
Students and staff can apply for permits to park in designated areas at no charge.Learn more about Lincoln
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