Service Areas A-Z
The Academic Services Group oversees academic regulations, policy, programme approvals, academic processes and quality assurance at UC.
The Academic Skills Centre (ASC) is a free advisory service and resource hub that focuses on writing and study strategies.
Finding accommodation is as important as deciding what to study. We can help you find a hall, flat or homestay.
We honour the work of former UC students and maintain strong links with our alumni and friends.
For maintenance, warehouse distribution, mail, security, vehicle fleet services, emergency services and field services.
CUP publishes a wide range of titles for the academic and general market every year.
Capital Works plans, designs and manages projects for UC buildings and infrastructure.
Our staff are qualified and experienced career consultants and graduate recruitment specialists.
We deliver a range of internal and external communications, events, corporate publications and photographic services.
At UC Design we provide an on-campus specialised design service for the University's colleges, departments and service areas.
We assist students with disabilities by providing appropriate, disability-related study support services and specialist resources.
We zero to five years olds, and accept enrolments from students, staff and members of the community.
Education Plus provide professional learning and development to teachers and leaders in schools, and Early Learning Centres.
UC's e-Learning Support team supports academic staff and students in the use of learning technologies.
Engineering Services ensure UC's building fabric, plant, infrastructure and grounds are maintained and compliant.
The Erskine Programme office administers a range of fellowships, exchanges and grants.
The Events and Partnerships team create and deliver about 150 events every year.
The Examinations website contains all the information you need about sitting examinations at UC.
Facilities Services include Capital Works, Engineering Services and Campus Services teams.
UC's field stations support teaching and research in field sciences at Cass, Harihari, Kaikoura and Westport.
Financial Services' stakeholders include staff, students, suppliers and other members of our community.
Seven graduation ceremonies are held at the Horncastle Arena in Addington, Christchurch, in April and December each year.
Enrolments are accepted at anytime throughout the year and allow access to a wide range of services.
The unit provides staff, business units and Colleges with advice and guidance on managing their information assets.
The IRO assists with partnerships, collaborations, delegations, and international marketing and recruitment activities.
There are many resources available to help you adjust to life in a new country and succeed in your studies.
Further information about the Learning and Development programmes available at UC (Staff only area)
Learning Resources supports staff and students with materials for their learning, teaching and research needs.
The Liaison Office is often the first contact for students considering starting their first degree at UC.
The Māori Student Development Team provides developmental and support initiatives that enhance the Māori student experience.
The Marketing team provides expertise to assist in the delivery of a consistent and powerful UC brand experience.
UC has innovative support systems for Pacific students and a team of people to help you develop through your study.
The University of Canterbury Policy Library is a single point of access for most institutional-level documents.
The Postgraduate Office offers advice and guidance to UC's large postgraduate student community.
We provide electronic and print versions of UC's publications for prospective and current students.
UC research solves real-world problems, so kickstart your career and benefit the world.
It is important to provide a safe and secure campus so the University provides a security service.
The Students' Association is here for you, whether your issues are academic, financial, and personal.
The role of the Student Services and Communications portfolio is to champion the UC Student Experience.
There is a wide range of people available at UC to offer you support, help, and guidance.
For help with Skype for Business, mobile and analogue phones and AV conferencing.
Check the lecture, laboratory and tutorial times so you can structure your schedule, your way.
Transition programmes get you ready for university study and support you on the journey.
UC's management is led by the Senior Management Team, which coordinates activities to achieve our institutional goals.