Nau mai ki te poka pū hou, ara, ko Kāpehu
Kia ora and welcome to your new student hub - Kāpehu.
Kāpehu means compass in te reo Māori.
If you’re feeling lost, Kāpehu is here to help you find your way.
Let’s get started…
Your profile menu. All your personal details are now accessible from this menu in the top left corner.
Quick links help you find the most commonly used items and will be visible on all pages in Kāpehu.
From software and learning tools to room bookings, this is your study toolkit.
Are we missing anything? Let us know and we can add it for you.
Need support or guidance? Find a full list under Support Services.
Never miss a free feed or event again.
Find out what’s happening around campus, keep up with important news, find a flatmate or sell a car – it’s all here.
We’ll be adding more features to these pages soon but welcome any suggestions you might have.
Tēnā rawa atu koutou
Ka kite ano
Virtual Eye scholarship boost for high-flying student
Published on 26 February 2024
This year is shaping up to be a big one for Otago Polytechnic Master of Applied Science student Jack Wylie.
Join us on the first Thursday of the month for a LGBTQIA+ community pizza lunch.Thursday, 07 March – Thursday, 07 November 2024Multiple session timesG205
Mental Health 101 Workshop
Blueprint for Learning
Blueprint for Learning is offering a free workshop on supporting mental health on March 13 2024.Wednesday, 13 March 20249:00am – 4:30pmEdgar Centre
First Programme Rep Meeting
A meeting for programme representatives to get started in their roles.Tuesday, 19 March 202412:00pm – 1:00pmG106
All students are invited to attend your student association's Annual General Meeting.Tuesday, 26 March 202412:00pm – 1:00pmG106
Orokonui offering FREE student admission for Orientation Week
Check out our local ecosanctuary FREE with your student ID from 17th-25th Feb
Stitch Kitchen - learn to sew and mend your clothes
Stitch Kitchen is your community sewing room, offering resources, workshops and more!
Are you a classical musician? The Dunedin Youth Orchestra wants you!
Musicians who play an orchestral instrument and are under the age of 25 are invited to audition.
Think something is missing?
We’ve based the menus and content in Kāpehu on your feedback but if you think there’s something missing, we definitely want to know. Fill in our quick form and we’ll be in touch!