PAIHERE STUDENT SUPPORT
Māori and Pasifika students are important to Carey Baptist diverse and vibrant culture. We value all our students and families, and we are here to help our students thrive in their studies.
Carey Baptist College is committed to enhancing the academic success of Māori and Pasifika students. We offer academic support available to Māori and Pasifika undergraduate and postgraduate students with our Paihere space.
Paihere means to unite or bind together and we want to approach study at Carey collaboratively and in the context of supportive community, among both students and staff. Paihere offers wānanga, fonotaga, small-group learning, individual meetings and academic workshops. Similar to a ‘village’, Paihere will help connect students with academic teaching staff, Library support and Peer writers to help develop their community of learning.
Our student support team strive to provide a positive, welcoming campus environment for everyone especially Māori and Pasifika students.