In the email that confirmed your offer of place you will find your student ID number. Go online to MyMassey, and follow the instructions to set up your password, or reset it if needed.
If you have any trouble, pop into Student Central and they will help you.
Stream is Massey’s online teaching and learning environment.
Each course has its own Stream site. Your lecturers will post the assessment brief, weekly study plans, links to helpful resources, and important notices about the course there. These sites help you get the most out of your learning.
Important information that applies to you in all courses is hosted on the following sites:
These sites tell you about our systems and processes, such as how the timetable works and what to do if you are sick.
Login at stream.massey.ac.nz using your student ID and password. The system will prompt you to set up a password that you will then use whenever you visit Stream. Set this up now; many of your Stream sites are already open and you’ll find new information going up steadily.
Unlike school, you have a lot of free time at uni. You organise your own time. If you are a full-time student, we expect you to do about 40 hours per week of study, including classes.
All College of Creative Arts students can find their timetable information on Stream. Please do not use the information on the MyMassey timetable. The Stream sites are:
First Year BDes, BFA
Find which classes you have been assigned for your core courses. Once you have seen this you can sign up for a time for your elective.
Creative Media Production Forum
Find your School’s timetable. Your courses typically have a fixed lecture slot, and alternate workshop times that you will have to sign up for.
Commercial Music Forum
Find your School’s timetable. Your courses typically have a fixed lecture slot, and alternate workshop times that you will have to sign up for. If you can't access the Stream site, talk to the folks at Student Central.
These videos provide detailed instructions for how to connect to the Massey wi-fi on your Mac or PC.