Voting for the student representative for the Massey Council opened on Monday 30th July and closes at 4pm on Friday 17th August.
The Massey University Council is the highest governing board within the University. As a governance body, the Council requires decisions to be made that are in the best interests of the Institution as a whole. Each member of Council is asked to make contributions to decision making that reflects their individual perspective and knowledge, while recognising that decisions should deliver the best outcome for Massey University.
The student position on Massey University Council ideally requires a person who:
- is in touch with students' needs and wants;
- has the relevant knowledge, skills, or experience;
- is likely to be able to fulfil their individual duties on Council; and
- together with the other members of the Council, is capable of undertaking the responsibilities, duties and functions.
Written and spoken communication, an understanding of the tertiary sector and trends in education are all valuable in the Council environment. Students on Council are expected to consider and include the needs of students in efforts to constantly improve Massey University.
There are 5 students standing for election. Click here to read their profiles.
The new member will be installed on 6th September.
A voting link has been emailed to all eligible students. If you haven’t received yours, contact the National Contact Centre via firstname.lastname@example.org or 0800 Massey (+64 6 350 5701)