One of the great things about Lincoln is that it's so easy to get to, by car, cycle or bus, so transport is never really a problem.
What's more you can pretty much find anything else you may need on-campus when you arrive.
Lincoln University is a little like a mini village with its own cafes and bars, bookshop and travel agency.
Need financial advice?
You can get information and advice from the University's Student Finance Department. The information is free and confidential. Student Finance is located on the ground floor of the George Forbes Building.
You will find a wide range of healthy and enjoyable food at any of the campus eateries. You can choose to dine at the Dining Hall, snack at the cafeteria, or relax on the lawn with a latte or wine at Mrs O's.
If you want to travel home for your holidays, visit the on-campus travel agency for information and bookings. Open weekdays, it is located on the ground floor of the George Forbes Building.
Want to work out?
The Recreation Centre provides a range of services and facilities to students, including a fully equipped gym.
Prefer a round of golf?
The Masters Golf College, next door to the University. Contact them for details. Tel: 64 3 325 6060 or visit their site http://www.themasters.ac.nz/.
If you're into more passive recreation
There are many clubs and societies on-campus catering for most interests and hobbies.
Page last updated on: 24/11/2011