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First-time flatting - the reality

Rubbish and recycling

Make sure you have the correct bins – red for waste, yellow for plastic, paper and cans, and blue for glass.

Find out about your rubbish pickup day and recycling in Dunedin

Flatting issues or problems in your area

Campus Watch are a great source of help and encouragement for problems in your flat or street. They’ll even share their favourite recipes!

Campus Watch

OUSA will provide support for flatting issues such as problems with the landlord, flatmates wanting to move out, budgeting and hardship issues (not enough money) at:

OUSA

If you are sick, feeling down and need to speak to someone

Student Health or the Chaplain help.

Take part in organised sport

Get in touch with your previous College to see if they run Alumni teams. There may also be other opportunities such as mentoring, or RA'ing.

Volunteering

Unicrew have some great opportunities – keep on giving back to the community you live in. Get your whole flat involved and for ideas and to sign up:

Visit the UniCrew website