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Wheke, Rapaki Marae

37 Rapaki Drive

Rapaki, Canterbury 8971

New Zealand

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Tōia Mai | UC Māori noho marae

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He whakapapa Māori ōu? Do you have whakapapa Māori? Ko tēnei tō tau tuatahi ki UC? Is 2020 your first year at UC?

Tōia mai tō waka!

Nāia mātou o Te Waka Pākākano e karanga atu ki a koutou – nau mai, tauti mai ki tō tātou nei hui whakawhanaungatanga!

He noho marae tēnei kia here I ō tātou waka ki uta o Kaupapa, o Kōinga, o Hononga. Kāore e kore, he ngahau, he hākari kai te haere!

Te Waka Pākākano | the Office of the AVC Māori, Pacific & Equity invite you to attend Tōia mai tuatahi, a two-day fun-filled noho at Wheke, Rapaki Marae on 17 - 18 February 2020.

Whether this is your first time on a marae or your hundredth, this noho marae is an awesome opportunity to engage in a whole lot of activities including:

  • Learning something new about Ngāi Tahu
  • Meeting senior ākonga and other first-year ākonga Māori (Māori students)
  • Preparing and sharing kai together
  • Making connections – whakawhanaungatanga
  • ...and most importantly, having fun!

This event is open to all ākonga Māori who are new to UC and all kai and transport will be provided. Engari, kia kūrapa e hoa mā – space is limited so be sure to register asap!

There is no cost to attend this event however we do encourage you to bring a small koha (donation) of a gold coin.

An update with more information will be sent to you regarding transport times, meeting points, what to bring etc a week before the noho.

Tēnā, whakawahā te riri!

*In the event of tangihanga or Covid restrictions, this event may be cancelled or postponed.

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Wheke, Rapaki Marae

37 Rapaki Drive

Rapaki, Canterbury 8971

New Zealand

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Organiser Te Waka Pākākano,Office of Māori, Pacific & Equity

Organiser of Tōia Mai | UC Māori noho marae

Our Kaiurungi, Pacific Advisors and Rainbow Advisor can support Māori, Pacific, and Rainbow students as you transition into the University of Canterbury, right through to the completion of your chosen degree. We offer a range of services and initiatives designed to help you succeed including dedicated advisors, tutoring, mentoring, pastoral care and guidance.

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