Weather Emergency News 01 Feb 2023
Campuses to reopen
Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi continues to extend our aroha to all of those impacted by the recent weather events across the different rohe. If you or your whānau have been affected and need our support, please reach out to us.
Further to our update on Tuesday 31 January in regard to campus closures, we are now letting you know that both our Tāmaki Makaurau and Whangarei campuses will reopen from tomorrow, Thursday 2 February. Our Whakatāne campus continues to be open.
We still strongly encourage all our kaimahi and tauira to prioritise their safety and wellbeing, and that of their whānau. We ask that everyone please use their own discretion, based on personal circumstances, around whether it is safe to travel to campus. Tauira should please contact their kaiako if they need support or have concerns.
Classes scheduled to take place offsite next week, including at marae, may still need to be rescheduled or transition to online delivery. If this may affect you, you will be contacted directly, or you can reach out to your kaiako with pātai.
The weather situation is still changing quickly, with Alert Level warnings in place across the different region. You can find out more and keep updated on the latest here: https://www.metservice.com/warnings/home