FacilitiesIPU boasts a beautiful, well-maintained campus where all teaching blocks, halls of residence, and facilities are within easy walking distance. In addition, located just across the road is a shopping centre providing you with easy access to a supermarket, pharmacy, post office, café, bar, and restaurants.
The Admin Services counter in the Administration Centre is a "one-stop shop" focused on helping students in the following areas: residential enquiries, parcel collection, academic reports, payment of fees, drop-off point for assignments, and passports and visas for international students.
Seminar Blocks (A-D and T Blocks)
Classrooms in the seminar blocks are purpose-built for small classes. Each classroom is also equipped with audio-visual presentation facilities.
The IPU New Zealand Library is a warm and welcoming environment with helpful, professional staff. It has access to 24/7 online catalogues and databases, and students are encouraged to take advantage of a variety of services, including lending, inter-loans, information literacy training, and reference services.
Halls of Residence
IPU New Zealand has ten halls of residence on campus. Each hall has private small or large bedrooms, which are centrally heated and carpeted, together with a shower room, common room, kitchenette and laundry.
Dining Hall staff members work together to provide students with three meals a day, 365 days of the year. There are a variety of main meals, including a selection of hot meat and vegetable dishes, salads, fresh fruit, and dessert. There is always a vegetarian option available. A shop and licensed bar is open at meal times for students and staff to purchase snacks, ice cream, soft drinks, shampoo, or stamps.
IPU New Zealand has a contracted doctor and a nurse available on campus during the week to deal with students' health concerns and medical needs.
The Recreation Centre houses a spacious, multipurpose court with a viewing stage, a dojo, and a weights room. There are four tennis courts, with lighting for night games, and a large playing field for rugby or football on campus. In the past, national teams and organisations such as Badminton NZ, Swim NZ and Volleyball NZ have enjoyed the use of the IPU New Zealand Rec Centre facilities. It has been used as the main venue for international sport events such as World Women's Squash Teams Championships.
KAN Performing Arts Centre
The sound-proof KAN Centre is a multipurpose space, which is used as a practice room for dance and music groups, and as a venue for a variety of events. The world "kan" is taken from IPU New Zealand's sister university International Pacific University's Japanese name "Kan Taiheiyo Daigaku".