Health and Wellbeing
Your health - mental, physical, and spiritual - is important, especially when you’re juggling study with other demands in your life. We offer a wide range of services to help support your health while you're studying here with us.
Please visit our Covid-19 Updates page where you'll find the latest communication, resources and frequently asked questions.
Toi Ohomai Campuses are Smokefree
Toi Ohomai promotes an environment that’s safe and healthy for all students, staff and visitors, and protects the right of everyone to breathe in clean air. In order to support the New Zealand government’s goal to become a smoke-free country by 2025, all Toi Ohomai campuses proudly became smoke free on World Smokefree Day, 31 May, 2014.
Our health centres provide free support for students and staff who want to quit smoking. Come and see us!
For more information visit the Smokefree information website.
We offer a range of support services and equipment. Find out more on our accessibility/disability services page.
Health Centres (Te Whare Hauora)
We have Te Whare Hauora - health centres at Mokoia Campus in Rotorua and Windermere Campus in Tauranga, where a kaitiaki nurse will be your first point of contact for any concerns or issues you have.
All our services are completely confidential, and most of them are free.
Our prayer rooms are open to everyone.
- Mokoia Campus: Room E24. Open 8.00am-5.00pm Monday to Friday, except shutdown periods. Get the key from International reception in E Block.
- Windermere Campus: Room L5 (Next to the Health Centre). Open 7.00am-11.30pm Monday to Friday, except shutdown periods.
Sport and Fitness
Staying active helps your health - physical and mental - in so many ways. Check out our awesome sport and fitness options!
Tangatarua Marae at Mokoia Campus
Tangatarua Marae is named after a Tūhourangi ancestor, Tangatarua. The marae is a truly beautiful space, and once you've been welcomed with the pohiri at the start of your studies, is available for you to visit whenever you wish.