Student associations and societies

Massey has seven student associations, run for students by Massey students, and are led by student executive groups who are elected every year.  They aim to make sure that students enjoy the best university experience possible, provide leadership to the student body, and are student advocates to the university and wider community. Student associations are also responsible for running events such as Orientation Week and the 'Unity in Diversity' festival.

Student associations and societies offer university students at Massey:

  • events of all sizes, from weekly lunchtime activities to Orientation Week and the University Games
  • broadcasts and publications designed and delivered by, and aimed at, university students
  • representation and advocacy at all levels
  • information about the huge range of clubs and societies - sports, cultural, leisure, religious
  • advice and support
  • student leadership
  • facilities of all kinds: ranging from a free phone to the Albany recreation centre

Check the links below for details of what is available from each group:

Auckland campus

Manawatū campus

Wellington campus

Distance students

Student associations are contracted to deliver services through

Massey Contact Centre Mon - Fri 8:30am to 4:30pm 0800 MASSEY (+64 6 350 5701) TXT 5222 Web chat Staff Alumni News Māori @ Massey