ASA News

News relating to ASA and clubs

Covid-19

COVID 19 
 

‚ÄčASA is taking the safety of students, staff and the wider community seriously.   As per the government directive, the ASA Office in the student lounge is now CLOSED.  But, we are all working from home and will continue to deliver our services. 

This is a link to our contact information  

Please read on, to see how our services are affected.  

This article will be updated regularly.  This update is as of  Thursday 30th April 9pm

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ASA's Lecturer of the Year 2019

The students' choice awards for the best of the best lecturers on the Albany campus - winner annouced! Dr Debbie Jordan from the College of Sciences, was the ultimate winner.

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2019 ASA Annual Ball

‚ÄčTickets for our annual ball is on sale now!

We are back with our annual ball and this year's theme is The Roaring 20s!

Tickets can be bought on Eventbrite

Please note that the ball is an R18+ event and students would need to bring their student ID and kiwi card/ passport / drivers license to validate your age


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Changes to parking on Albany campus

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In preparation for building works to commence for Massey's innovation complex on Albany campus, there have been some changes to car parking. The car park in front of the Atrium building that used to be reserved for car pool has been closed.

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ASA's Lecturer of the Year 2018

The students' choice awards for the best of the best lecturers on the Albany campus - winner annouced! Dr Mikael Boulic from the College of Sciences, was the ultimate winner.

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Voting for Student Rep on Massey Council open

Voting for the student representative for the Massey Council opened on Monday 30th July and closes at 4pm on Friday 17th August. 

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Newsletter Published

We've just published our latest newsletter. Join the ASA and sign up to receive it in your inbox.

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Full complement of staff on board

We've made our final staff appointments and welcome Katrina and Stephanie to our great team, here to support everyone in 2018. 

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ASA welcome new staff

Fantastic to have 2 new members of staff this week. 

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Class Advocates' and Volunteers' Awards

ASA thanked their volunteer class advocates and event volunteers by hosting an awards party on the evening of Friday 13th October. 

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Important info for Semester 2

Our latest newsletter is packed full with all you need to know for the first 6 weeks of semester.  Read it here.

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New faces at reception

We farewelled Jordan Anderson at the end of semester one and we wish him well in his new graduate position in the real world. We welcome Angela King and Michyla Nixon to our team from Monday 17th July. 

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Rape Awareness Week - NZ Police Sexual Assault Media Release

Police hope a series of videos they have developed about reporting sexual assault will help victims to come forward.

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The Golden Promise Exposed as Prosperity Portal for Graduands

At last we have an explanation for the dubious 2014 decision to erect a great big golden chook wing in the courtyard between Quads A and B.

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Orientation Sem 1 2017 Video

What a fantastic Oweek - enjoy our recap!

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Newsletter published

We've just published our latest newsletter. Click here to read it (and past editions!)

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Newsletter - Orientation Special

Our latest newsletter will tell you everything you need to know for Orientation and the return to study. 

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Muslim Prayer Rooms on Campus

The Male Muslim Prayer Room on the Oteha Rohe Campus is being relocated from Building 117.03 to Building 52.09, effective 27th February.

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Albany's Lecturer of the Year 2016

ASA is proud to announce that Dr Frederick Lam has been voted "Lecturer of the Year" for 2016.

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ASA's Lecturer of the Year 2017

The students' choice awards for the best of the best lecturers on the Albany campus was held on Friday 17th November. 

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