Massey Career and Employability Service
A service focused on helping you develop the skills, confidence and connections so you can find relevant work opportunities both while you are studying and when you graduate.
- Massey CareerHub. The online careers portal that connects you with the Career & Employability Service, job and internship opportunities and leading career information
- Building links with industry via events and workshops: we run a series of workshops and events through the year, bring in industry speakers and upskill students on what they need to succeed
- Career and Employability website full with tips and resources to help you get started on your career journey, get employment and get selected.
There are Career and Employability Service staff on each campus. Click here for details.
Massey University Gym
Friendly, local, affordable gym located on the edge of the Massey Wellington Campus. A great range of cardio and strength equipment and fun fitness classes to choose from.
Available for hire for Massey Clubs and external users (a fee applies).
Open weekdays 6am - 9pm and on weekends from 9am - 5pm.
Tussock bar and café
On-site bar and café offering fresh, nutritious and affordable refreshments for students and staff. Tussock also host a mobile café in the Museum Building.
Open from 8am - 4.30pm Monday to Friday.
Function catering and venue hire also available for private or corporate events.
Phone: 04 801 4998
The Student Health Centre
The centre combines health and counselling services to provide a professional, one-stop medical and counselling service to students. Located on the third floor of the Student Services building in the heart of the campus. This is a free service if you are enrolled with them as your primary health organisation.
Open weekdays from 8.30am - 4.30pm, and 9am - 4pm during semester break.
Phone: 04 801 2542 or ext 62211
Massey at Wellington Students’ Association (MAWSA)
MAWSA is dedicated to representing, advocating and providing services to the present and future students of Massey Wellington. They represent Massey Wellington students on boards and councils on campus, and nationally through NZUSA, the national student body which keeps students up to date with essential information on government issues.
MAWSA offers advocacy for hardship cases, interpersonal problems, academic issues with courses or courses, as well budgetary advice and foodbanks. They organise many of the social events that enhance your student experience: orientation and reorientation, music gigs and collating the Massive magazine, student diaries and wall planners.
Located on the second floor of the Student Services building.