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Pasifika Students

Kia orana, talofa lava, malo e lelei, nisa bula vinaka, fakaalofa lahi atu, taloha ni, fakatalofa atu, halo oloketa.

Pasifika Students

Kia orana, talofa lava, malo e lelei, nisa bula vinaka, fakaalofa lahi atu, taloha ni, fakatalofa atu, halo oloketa.

We have a longstanding association with the Pacific region and its communities. We aim to contribute to the educational and economic aspirations of Pacific people both within New Zealand and in the wider Pacific region.


If you’ve made the decision to study with us or are thinking about it, successful completion of your programme (whether it’s a certificate, diploma or degree) will provide you with the foundation for a future career and an opportunity to contribute to pacific development.



The Lincoln University Pacific Island Students' Association (LUPISA)


LUPISA provides social, cultural and academic assistance and organises social events and workshops to support the Pasifika identity on campus. LUPISA operates alongside the Lincoln University Students' Association (LUSA).


For more information, email the LUPISA President, K-Lux Luluaki at K-LuxMarvin.Luluaki@lincolnuni.ac.nz



Support


Our dedicated Pasifika Support Coordinator, Sarah Tuisuga, is on campus during these hours:


Monday - 8.30am-2pm

Tuesday - 8.30am-4.45pm

Wednesday - 8.30am-2pm


Email her at sarah.tuisuga@lincoln.ac.nz to make an appointment or drop in to see her at:

Te Whare Whakakotahi

Calder Drive (near Gate 2 Entrance)