Support Services for students and staff with a disability.
A free, confidential counselling service that the University of Otago makes available to staff.
The University is committed to encouraging the development of a diverse and talented community.
The Campus Cop is a sworn member of the NZ Police resident on Campus.
The Campus Watch team aims to improve the quality of the student experience in the wider Dunedin campus environment. They also provide assistance to staff, residents and businesses in North Dunedin.
The Chaplaincy supports staff and students by providing ecumenical pastoral care
Tēna koe. The Māori Centre is truly the heart of Māori student life on Campus. It provides encouragement with academic, cultural and social support to students of iwi descent to help them succeed at Otago.
The Pacific Islands Centre provides academic support to all Pacific students. It offers assistance and cultural advice to university staff and students dealing with Pacific issues or research.
The University Conflict Resolution and Mediation Service supports all members of the University community through the Ethical Behaviour Contact Network and the University Mediator.
The University of Otago has an international reputation for research excellence and leads the latest PBRF ranking.