Rā Whakawhanaukataka | Orientation Friday 16 February
Rā Whakawhanaukataka | Orientation is a great start to your journey towards becoming part of our Lincoln University whānau.
Who: All new to Lincoln students & whānau
When: 9.30am-2pm, Friday 16 February 2024
Where: Stewart Building (Campus map)
It is compulsory for all new-to-Lincoln students. Registration is required.
* For international students, you need to register for both Internation Orientation and Rā Whakawhanaukataka | Orientation. Please add both events (sessions) by clicking the date on the registration page. You can also find more information about how to register in your email invitation (Register for LU orientations).
It's where you can:
- Get important academic information
- Learn about the support services
- Get tips on connecting and settling in the Lincoln community
- Meet other new students
- Enjoy a free lunch
- Win prizes
Can't make it?
If you are studying on campus but cannot make it to the Welcome to the LU session on Friday, you are welcome to attend the online Zoom session here from 5.15 to 6.15 pm, Wednesday 14 February 2024.
If you are studying an online programme, your orientation is part of your online study and can be found on your Akoraka | Learn (My courses).
If you cannot make it on the day or have any questions about the orientation, contact Wheako Tauira. Student Experience.
Whānau are welcome
We understand that whānau are an important part of your journey and they are welcome to come along during Preparation Week and other orientation events to support you. We have a space in Ivey Hall (Library) where your whānau can have a cuppa and relax when you may be busy finishing up your enrolment or attending an orientation event.