Lincoln's campus is something of a small village, catering for the needs of those who live in the Halls and the students who live in town but spend most of their weekdays at uni.
Most things you will require during your day – from banking services to travel, gym facilities, cafes, childcare, library and computer facilities are within easy reach.
Regular bus services run between Lincoln's campus and central Christchurch, with buses every fifteen minutes and timed to fit in with lectures. Discount tickets are available for Lincoln students who are regular users of the bus service.
Advice and Support – a range of advice and support for students is available, from budgetary advice to help students with any financial concerns, to a chaplaincy service providing pastoral support for personal or study related issues, counselling and mental health services, and Student Health and support, where there is a doctor and nurses available for consultations every weekday.
The Inclusive Education staff offer support strategies for any illness, injury or disability which may impact on your studies, and the International Student Advisor offers practical support for any complex issue causing concern, from insurance claims to visa issues or other personal situations.
Student Health and Support services are subsidised by the University.
Employment assistance – the Employment and Industry Liaison Unit provides a link between students seeking graduate employment and employers looking for staff with Lincoln qualifications. An Employment Advisor is also based on-campus to provide a range of services for students in the process of seeking employment after graduation.
Early Childhood Education Centre – there are two Early Childhood Education Centres close to the campus, catering for students, staff and other organisations in the Lincoln area.