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The Student Services Levy (SSL), part of compulsory student services fees, contributes to making a range of support services available to all students according to need. Services planned to be delivered to students currently include the following: health and welfare, sport and recreation, career and employment-related services, student information, financial support and advice, advocacy, counselling and pastoral care.
The collection and expenditure of SSL money is governed by a Ministerial Direction, which is circulated to tertiary institutions by the Minister of Tertiary Education, Skills and Employment. For further information about Massey's use of the SSL under the service categories, please click on the link below:
Students shared their views across the campuses in May 2018 around which student services are of most value to supporting success. These initiatives form part of the student experience outcome framework encouraging students to have a successful experience at Massey, and feedback informs further engagement with student associations.
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Last updated on Friday 18 May 2018