The AUT Student Hub is the one place to go for help. Located on each campus, the Student Hub gives you access to a range of services and support to help you succeed at AUT. Student Hub Advisors will help you with your study or personal needs, and will either resolve your need on the spot, or put you in touch with the right person on campus. Our trained and professional staff will follow up to ensure you get the support you need.
Thursday & Friday, 7.45am-5pm
Level 1, MB Building (student enquiries and visitor/ corporate enquiries)
640 Great South Road, Manukau, Auckland
AUT South Campus has laptops and PCs that you can book for writing assignments or conducting research. You can access the IT service desk for technical help and advice using different software. We also run introductory computing workshops during orientation at the start of both semesters.
Contact the IT service desk
Within AUT: extension 9888
Outside AUT: +64 9 921 9888
Distance students' free phone: 0508 288 484
Saturday and Sunday, 9am-6pm
(These hours may change during semester breaks and holidays).
The library, information technology services and student services work together to provide an integrated service to meet your research, teaching and learning needs on AUT South Campus. This service includes help with finding information resources, using the library catalogue and online databases, computer hardware and software queries.
On Level 1 of MA Building the Library offers:
Saturday and Sunday, 10am-6pm
Visit the AUT library website for information about library services and for the opening hours during exam study time, inter-semester breaks and public holidays.
A shuttle bus runs regularly between AUT North Campus (Akoranga), City Campus (Mayoral Drive) and South Campus.
We do not have any childcare services at AUT South Campus. We recommend you take the following steps:
|Step||Source of information|
|1. Decide which type of childcare is best for you and your child (or children)||Ministry of Education It defines all the kinds of care (centre and home based) as well as the national curriculum for early childhood education.
There’s information on how to assess the quality of a provider, and financial support and fees discounts available
|2. Locate a service in Manukau that meets your needs||Yellow Pages
Search using: "early childhood" and "Manukau".
|3. Read an appraisal or report on a centre||Education Review Office|
AUT has competitive sports teams for basketball, netball and volleyball. You can trial for selection in these teams.
We will have a strong basketball programme in place with former NBL coaching staff and compete in the National 2nd Division and have men's and women's teams competing in the North Harbour competition.
We run a high performance programme with a senior representative team selected for the North Harbour competition, as well as a team selected to compete against other universities during the year.
AUT is keen to recruit competitive men and women for the Auckland regional competition and hope to qualify for Nationals.
AUT's Athlete Support Manager assists student athletes to combine their sporting goals with their educational, career and other aspirations.
AUT supports athletes with:
AUTSA is the student association at AUT and provides a range of services and activities including:
AUT South Campus has a café on site.
Being in the centre of Manukau, there is a wide selection of other restaurants within walking distance of the campus. These include Subway, Bakers Delight, St Pierre's Sushi, McDonalds, and the Westfield Shopping Centre food court.
Last updated: 23-Feb-2018 8.48am
The information on this page was correct at time of publication. For a comprehensive overview of AUT qualifications, please refer to the Academic Calendar.