Coronavirus Covid-19 information

Info icon   Everybody has a role to play in stopping the further spread of Covid-19. Our position is under active review and updates will be posted on this webpage.


Te Wānanga o Raukawa are still delivering courses. Our courses already have a significant online component and we are prepared for alternative deliveries for noho and daily classes.  

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Te Wānanga o Raukawa are operating at Alert Level 1 in line with the national Aotearoa Covid-19 status. Please keep safe and maintain robust hygiene practices, social distancing and contact tracing. Stay home if you are unwell. 

Keep up to date with the latest updates at


Freephone 0800 358 5453 (within NZ)
Tel +64 6 358 5453

Te Wānanga o Raukawa asks anyone directly impacted to let us know immediately:

Freephone 0800 926 2642 (within NZ)
Tel +64 6 364 9011

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  • If you are unwell, please seek medical advice and stay home.  For further advice about coronavirus (Covid-19) symptoms contact your local GP or call Healthline:

    0800 358 5453
    +64 6 358 5453

  • Congratulations to all our 2020 graduates.  All graduates will receive a graduation package in the mail early March including an invitation to attend the 2021 ceremony in December  to celebrate and be awarded your graduation taonga.  If you are urgently requiring your award before March, please contact your academic area.

  • Visit the Ministry of Health website for latest updates on Covid-19.

    The government's Unite against Covid-19 website is also a good source of information about the virus and looking after yourself and your whānau.