Starting at Lincoln
When you begin studying with us, you’ll find all the support you need to feel at home and part of our whānau.
Add our key academic and enrolment dates to your calendar to remind you about important events like orientation, lectures, study breaks, exams and holiday dates.
Getting to Lincoln
Learn about the best ways of travelling to Lincoln, whether you decide to cycle, use public transport or drive.
Preparing for your first days at uni
Check out some advice from our students on how to prepare for your first day and what to expect.
Rā Whakawhanaukataka | Orientation
Be sure to take part in Rā Whakawhanaukataka | Orientation, an important beginning to your Lincoln University experience.
Managing your study
See our tips on achieving a good balance between your social life, work, academic requirements, sport and rest.
Changing your study
It’s okay to change your mind about what you are studying. Find out how to switch degrees, majors, courses or even supervisors.
A to Z of Support Services
Discover how to access the different kinds of help available to you at Lincoln. See our A-Z Guide to support and services.
Money and Banking
Being a student is a big commitment financially and it can get stressful at times. Our advice is to learn some basic budgeting techniques and ask for help early
Everybody at Lincoln University is committed to taking good care of you and wants you to have a positive student experience. Learn more about the wide range of support available to you.