Everybody at Lincoln University is committed to taking good care of you and wants you to have a positive student experience
Types of support available
- Accommodation community support
- Banks and budgeting
- Career and job services
- Concerns and feedback
- Faith and chaplaincy services
- Financial assistance and foodbanks
- Gender or sexuality support through Student Health
- Inclusive Education services for injuries and disabilities
- Independent student representation through the LU Students’ Association
Manage your Study
When you study at Lincoln University, we want you to be successful both academically and in how the Lincoln experience grows you as a person
We are well known for attracting a large number of students from around the globe, due to our strong international reputation. We would love for you to join us.
Māori ki Aoraki
We're committed to helping the next generation of Māori leaders by offering industry relevant, career-oriented programmes ranging from diplomas all the way to undergraduate and postgraduate degrees.
Pasifika ki Aoraki
Kia orana, talofa lava, malo e lelei, nisa bula vinaka, fakaalofa lahi atu, taloha ni, fakatalofa atu, halo oloketa
Find out how to stay safe on campus and what to do in the event of an emergency
Learning, Teaching and Library (LTL)
Our Learning, Teaching and Library team are based in Ivey Hall and can assist with study, learning, assessment and career support.
Behaviour and Codes
All members of the Lincoln University whānau are entitled to learn, study, work and participate in all aspects of university life in an environment of safety, inclusiveness, and respect.
Lincoln University Students' Association (LUSA)
LUSA provides support, clubs, events and other services for Lincoln students.
We offer a wide range of learning support options to all our students, whether they are based on campus or studying with us online.