3 The Arts Students’ Centre The Arts Students’ Centre (ASC) is available to all Faculty of Arts students. You can drop in without an appointment if you have any questions about study or University life. We can help you with: • Application and enrolment procedures. • StudyLink forms and various other forms that require signed confirmation that you are enrolled. • Planning your degree and organising your study (see pg. 5 for full information). The following Student Engagement services are based at the ASC: • Tuākana Arts for Māori and Pacific students – tuakana • The First Year Experience Programme – • The Associate Dean (Students). Contact the ASC to make an appointment. The Arts Students’ Centre Room 416 (Symonds Street level) Social Sciences Building, 10 Symonds Street Phone: 0800 61 62 63 Email: Open: Monday to Friday, 9am-4.30pm (except public holidays, Christmas Eve and the day after Easter Monday) Academic advice You can see an Undergraduate Adviser, lecturer or tutor. Each subject has an Undergraduate Adviser. To find their contact details, go to the website for the subject and then follow the link to the website of the discipline area which teaches that subject. You will then find “key contacts” pages. General University enquiries Student Information Centre The Student Information Centre can help with: • General enquiries. • Applying and enrolling. • Replacement ID cards. • NetAccount passwords. • University forms. Student Information Centre Room 112, Level 1 (Ground Floor), The ClockTower, 22 Princes Street Phone: 0800 61 62 63 AskAuckland For the answers to frequently asked questions, visit Schools in the Faculty of Arts Each school is a grouping of disciplines that carry out teaching and research in one or more subjects. School of Cultures, Languages and Linguistics • Academic English • Applied Linguistics and Language Teaching • Asian Studies • Chinese • Comparative Literature • European Studies • French • German and Russian • Italian • Japanese • Korean • Linguistics • Spanish and Latin American Studies • Translation Studies School of Humanities • Art History • Classics and Ancient History • English and Drama • History • Museums and Cultural Heritage • Philosophy • Theological and Religious Studies School of Social Sciences • Anthropology • Criminology • Development Studies • Gender Studies • Media and Communication • Politics and International Relations • Public Policy • Screen Production • Sociology • Social Science for Public Health Te Wānanga o Waipapa – School of Māori Studies and Pacific Studies • Māori Studies • Pacific Studies Arts student support contacts International Student Adviser Nicole Duran – Student Experience Adviser Nina Riikonen – Student Support Adviser Chip Matthews – Student Support Adviser Tanya Savage – Help, advice and information