Māori ki Aoraki, Pasifika ki Aoraki e tū!

Te Awhioraki

Te Awhioraki is an association that represents all Māori students on campus and is managed and run by Māori students. It provides social, cultural and academic support to students during their stay
at Lincoln.

Following our value of whakawhanaukataka, Te Awhioraki works alongside the Lincoln University Students Association (LUSA) by advocating for students and providing them with an independent voice. Te Awhioraki also has representation on the University Council Committee responsible for Māori Development (Ahumairiki) and the LUSA Executive, thereby providing an influencing voice for Māori student issues.

Te Awhioraki is also a member of Te Mana Akonga (National Māori Students Association).


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).


Māori and Pasifika students studying

The LU Library has plenty of study spaces for group work and collaboration.

OMPD Events

OMPD Events

The team at Lincoln organise heaps of events specifically for our Māori and Pasifika students.

Maori Ki Aoraki Graduate

Māori Ki Aoraki Graduate

Graduation is a time to celebrate each student's achievements.

Ka Tipu Ka Rea Grow with Lincoln

Ka Tipu Ka Rea

Grow with us here at Lincoln.