Study rooms and facilities

He Tuākana programme has a suite of dedicated study and office space in the Business Student Centre on Level 1 of the Owen G Glenn Building.

Our facilities give you a quiet and private place to study while being able to network with other students. Its location within the Business Student Centre also means that you have access to experienced course and programme advisers and the Careers Centre.

Tuākana tutors' office


The Tuākana tutors' office is in Room 134 on Level 1 of the Owen G Glenn Building. See your tutors during their office hours or arrange a time to meet up with them.

Te Marumaru study space


Room 154 is a designated space for Māori and Pacific students to study. This is also a space for you to meet up with your peers for group work or to help each other with assignments. Located in the Student Centre on level 1.

Māori & Pacific Island Support Staff


You will find our dedicated Māori & Pacific Island Support Staff in the Student Centre on level 1

  • Samuel Hughes, Student Academic Adviser - Māori
  • Lisa Filitonga, Student Academic Adviser - Pacific
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Waipapa Marae


The University of Auckland's Waipapa Marae is situated next to the Department of Māori Studies at 16 Wynyard Street.

For more information please visit the main University website:

Other spaces around campus


The University provides other facilities for Māori and Pacific students to study or socialise and take time out from their studies.

Hineahuone

Hineahuone is a place where Māori students can meet, have lunch, talk, or just hang out. Hineahuone is located on Level 4 of the Students' Association building (just off the Quad).

'O Lagi Atea Moana culture space

'O lagi Atea Moana is a place where Pacific students can meet, talk, have lunch and hang out. It's also the home of the Auckland University Pacific Islands Students Association (AUPISA).

'O lagi Atea Moana is located on Level 4 of the Students' Association building (just off the Quad), and has places to sit, shower facilities and toilet. It's worth a visit, so call in.

Te Fale Pouāwhina

Te Fale Pouāwhina is the Māori and Pacific arm of Student Learning Services (Tā te Ākonga). The programme provides individual assistance for Māori and Pacific students and courses specifically designed to meet their learning needs. Support is provided at undergraduate and postgraduate level.