17 June 2019
A growing number of wahine (women) are taking part in Te Mataroa – Māori and Pasifika Trades Training (MPTT) across UCOL campuses.
26 March 2019
Black Ferns Sevens captain Sarah Hirini was named UCOL Sportswoman of the Year as well as the Supreme Winner at the recent Manawatū Sports Awards.
15 March 2019
Grammy Award-winning Māori musical instrument specialist Jerome Kavanagh is bringing his unique sound to UCOL for a special performance.
14 December 2018
UCOL lecturers have impressed educators from across the country with the UCOL’s relationship-based teaching approach, Te Atakura.
29 November 2018
An article about how UCOL students are prepared for aged care by Faye Davenport.
28 November 2018
For Bachelor of Exercise & Sport Science student Rebekah Gribbon, receiving a UCOL Excellence Scholarship has taken the pressure off of her funding her studies.
27 November 2018
Hannah Neilson received a UCOL Excellence scholarship in 2016 to help cover the costs of studying a degree.
15 November 2018
Tertiary study will remain fees-free for first time students in 2019, opening up opportunities for new learners to come to UCOL.
06 November 2018
UCOL first and third year Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science (BESS) students put some Palmerston North High School students through their paces, in a six class series that focused on speed, agility and quickness.
31 October 2018
UCOL's Sandra Bayliss, Programme Leader and Lecturer from the Nurse Education Team at UCOL, was recently chosen as a peer reviewer in one of Elsevier's publications.
31 October 2018
Thirteen students from UCOL’s Whanganui campus took home a combined $17,500 worth of scholarships at a recent ceremony on campus.
27 September 2018
It’s first thing on a Monday morning, and the Camelia Lounge at Metlifecare is brimming with elderly residents awaiting the arrival of third year Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science students from UCOL.