Māori & Pasifika

Nau mai, Tomo mai ki Te Kareti o Makere Tapu

St Margaret’s College makes every effort to ensure that people from all cultures feel welcomed and cared for. The College has always been a caring foundation and proudly proclaims its welcome to Tangata Whenua.

Te Huka Mātauraka - Māori Centre

We have links with Te Huka Mātauraka and hope that intending Members of College will contact them for more information. They also have information on scholarships that are available.

Te Tumu - School of Māori, Pacific, and Indigenous Studies

Te Tumu, School of Māori, Pacific, and Indigenous Studies, has close links with the College. Professor Tania Kai’ai, a former Dean, is a Fellow of the College, and another former Dean, Professor Michael Reilly was resident for ten years at St Margaret’s.

Te Roopu Māori

Te Roopū Māori (the Māori Students’ Association) is also welcome at the College and we invite Members to make links with them.

Pacific Islands Centre

We work closely with the Pacific Islands Centre at the University and encourage Members to engage with the Centre for specialist support and resources.