C O N S I D E R I N G F L AT T I N G Consider living in the halls N E X T Y E A R ? for 2022. The University of Waikato offers a wide range of selfcatered accommodation options across Bryant Hall, College Hall, Student Village and Orchard Park. Our self-catered accommodation options give students the opportunity to live the flatting lifestyle while still living on or very close to campus. Similar to our Halls of Residence contracts, we offer 37-week contracts for our self-catered options so you do not have to pay a thing over the summer break. Apply as an individual or with a group of friends to secure your spot in one of our cottages or flats.
The University of Waikato has a range of student support services such as counselling, student learning, advocacy services and the Rainbow Alliance, among others.
Find out more at waikato.ac.nz/student-life/ advice-and-support APPLICATIONS CLOSE 1 OCTOBER 2021. For more information or to apply visit waikato.ac.nz/go/accommodation
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Consider living in the halls and save for 2022 y o u rs e l f $1110 on the norm price if y al ou apply b e f o re 1st Septe m b e r. * does no t includ e Silv erdale A pa
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ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING 2021 Pursuant to rule 9.1 of the constitution of the Waikato Students’ Union Inc., notice is hereby given that the Annual General Meeting of members shall be held on:
Wednesday 22nd September 2021 | 1pm The WSU Basement | SUB and online via Zoom Business to be conducted includes: - Minutes of previous general meeting - Presentation of the annual report for 2021 - Presentation of the audited accounts for 2020 - Presentation of the annual plan and budget, including approval of Directors honoraria for 2022
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