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Stewart Noguer-Blue (Acting Warden)

Stewart photo Stewart lives on site and is responsible for the day to day running of the College. His priority is to ensure Toroa is a welcoming environment that is conducive to academic success and personal wellbeing. Stewart is committed to promoting the academic and personal welfare of residents individually and collectively. He is fully involved in College life and he maintains a high presence within the community.

Stewart is a point of contact for all matters, and as he has a strong network within the University community, he is able to connect people with a view to achieving the best outcomes. Stewart has a wide range of duties within his brief that all involve a strong focus on pastoral care. A keen apiarist, gardener and foodie, Stewart is always up for a chat.

An introduction to Toroa from Stewart

Kia ora, Talofa Lava and warm greetings from Toroa

Toroa is a special place that has a great sense of community where our residents have the opportunity to enjoy the benefits of a campus life experience as they navigate their first year at Otago.

Our dedicated staff team understand that education is not limited to the lecture theatre. At Toroa, learning also comes from our academic support programme and also from our social events programme. These are complimented by the conversations, and the connections we all make within our close-knit community. In offering our residents the chance to further develop their confidence, competence and growth mindset we know they will be well on their way to achieving their goals.

Our residents are active, busy and engaged. Living closely with others does bring with it the need for personal responsibility, respect and consideration. With this in mind we have a well defined community standard to help ensure we all have a great year together.

Toroa provides a welcome and friendly space, where everyone can be themselves. We value our residents and the involvement and contributions they make to the Toroa community each year.

If you are interested in being part of this small dynamic community feel free to contact us.

We look forward to welcoming you and your whānau to the Toroa community.

Noho ora mai



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