Lincoln University Students' Association (LUSA)
LUSA is the Lincoln University Students' Association, which represents the common and collective concerns of students at Lincoln University. The Association has a long history. It has been around since 1919, and is made up of an elected Student Board, and staff. The Board set the direction of the Association, and the Staff put that into action.
LUSA provides a voice for Lincoln students that is independent from the University. We look after the rights of students, and make sure Lincoln University does the same.
- Student advice and support
- Media and Publications
- International Student Support
At Lincoln we have students from around 60 different countries on campus, and we're committed to ensuring a supportive, rewarding environment for all.
The International Services team assists both staff and students, either studying or working internationally, with a variety of services. Many of the services are performed by the Student Administration team, such as processing enrolment applications or helping with student visas.
The International Student Advisor can help you with any issue or concern you might have. It doesn’t matter if it’s educational, personal, legal, social, cultural or financial.
While at Lincoln the Recreation Centre will be your local gym, health and fitness and athletic strength and conditioning centre.
Not only does it cater for students, it is open to all lifestyles with wellness programs for pre-school, seniors and teenagers.
Their services and facilities include group exercise and yoga classes, squash and tennis courts, competitive and social sports and coaching of basketball, netball, rowing and rugby, massage therapy, ACC rehabilitation and team building.
Living on Campus
Every year around 600 students enjoy the experience of living on campus alongside students from around New Zealand and overseas, most of them making friends for life. Find an option that suits you.
You can choose to live in a fully-catered, semi-catered or self-catered dormitory. Fully-catered rooms are fully furnished with shared laundry and bathroom facilities. In a self-catered dormitory you will be responsible for providing your own meals.