There is a student levy for all students. Please note this fee is included in your student fees (course fees).
A CSSF is a fee that Tertiary Education Organisations (TEOs) can charge domestic students to help fund the delivery of student services.
Students and TEO’s work together to set the fee, following guidelines that are set by the Ministerial Direction. The intention is to increase the involvement of students and ensure transparency in the setting and administration of the fees.
The Ministerial Direction sets out three key actions, related to decision-making, accounting for the fee, and reporting on its use. It also specifies what categories of student services the fee can support.
WelTec CSSF amount per equivalent full-time student (EFT) for 2020: $320 per EFT.
Advocacy and legal advice
Advocating on behalf of individual students and groups of students, and providing independent support to resolve problems. This includes advocacy and legal advice relating to accommodation.
Careers information, advice and guidance
Supporting students’ transition into post-study employment
Providing non-academic counselling and pastoral care, such as chaplains
Providing information about employment opportunities for students while they are studying
Financial support and advice
Providing hardship assistance and advice to students on financial issues
Providing health care and related welfare services
Supporting the production and dissemination of information by students to students, including newspapers, radio, television and internet-based media
Providing affordable childcare services while parents are studying
Clubs and societies
Supporting student clubs and societies, including through the provision of administrative support and facilities for clubs and societies
Sports, recreation and cultural activities
Providing sports, recreation and cultural activities for students
The Manager Learning Commons completes the annual Budget for the CSSF following consultation with members of the Student Council and the annual CSSF e-survey conducted by NZUSA (New Zealand Union of Students’ Associations).
Students are informed of the CSSF and how to be involved in decisions regarding the funding through:
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