Roles and functions
- Vice-Chancellor’s Office
- Registrar and Secretary to Council's Office
- Office of Māori Development
- Strategy, Analytics and Reporting Office
The role of the Vice-Chancellor's Office is to provide support services to the Vice-Chancellor and the wider university.
Registrar and Secretary to Council’s Office – Te Tari o Te Pouroki me te Kaituhi ki te Kaunihera
The University Registrar and Secretary to Council’s Office is responsible for: governance through the University Council and its committees; student appeals to the Appeals Board; Statutes, regulations and policy; Corporate records; Copyright, Mediation services; coordination of Official Information Act requests; and Privacy.
Office of Māori Development
The Office of Māori Development is responsible for developing and maintaining University Treaty-based relationships with Iwi and Māori providers, and co-ordinating and implementing Māori development and strategy; including implementation of the Māori Strategic Framework; research consultation; leadership and support of cultural development; and leadership and support of Māori staff networks and development.
Strategy, Analytics and Reporting Office
The Strategy, Analytics and Reporting Office facilitates planning within the University, and meets the University's key obligations in reporting information to government agencies for planning, funding and statistical purposes. The Office assists in preparing key corporate documents and provides statistical information and analysis for the University community.
For individual staff contact details please see Our People