For course-related advice and help please email our Course Advisor.
The role of Kaiāwhina (Māori student support) provides a valuable direct link to Māori and Pacific students. It also facilitates and fosters closer links with Kaiāwhina network in Division of Sciences, primarily to ensure that Māori and Pacific students can access all related resources and maximum assistance.
Meet Kaiāwhina in the Department of Computer Science
Computer Science Women's Association
We have a Computer Science Women's Association.
Other student support services at the University of Otago
For general learning see the resources at Student Learning Development.
Various organisations can provide support for Māori and Pacific students. Students with disabilities or impairments should contact the Otago Disabilities Information and Support Office. See also Student Health, including for issues impacting your mental health and wellbeing.
OUSA (your Student Association) has its own support page, or you can visit Student Services to discover the range of student services available to support you during your university experience.
- Student Learning Development
- Support services for Māori students
- Support services for Pacific students
- Disabilities Information and Support Office
- Student Health – Mental health and wellbeing
- Student Services
For any other support enquiries please contact the Computer Science office: