student support

The team at Crown are here to help you not only in your studies, but also to support you for the entire journey to your dream career. We offer you free public transport, through an AT Hop card that Crown tops up so that you never have to worry about getting into class. In addition we provide a  full range of services to help you prepare for the professional world. Most importantly, we care for you if things are getting difficult.

Career Services

On top of the industry knowledge that you will learn from class, we regularly provide workshops and services that will help you succeed in landing your desired job. These include CV writing and Job interview workshops, networking opportunities…etc.


Pearl Wilson is our Student Wellbeing Manager. Wellbeing at Crown is symbolically represented in a korowai. A korowai is a Maori cloak traditionally worn by Maori chieftains; it signifies authority to guard, govern and guide one’s people.

Contact Pearl at pearl@crown.ac.nz

Crown’s authority to guard, govern and guide our students is encapsulated in our slogan:

Tiaki Tatou
We Care


We train

Hono Tatou
We connect

Crown’s korowai of caring, training and connectivity promotes growth by helping students believe in themselves, gaze with hope into the future, and show present respect for others.


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We will know we have succeeded when our students understand and value their place in the world, are confident in their identity, and are optimistic about the future.

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student services team

Dion Bond

Our dedicated Student Services Team is here to assist – completing enrolment forms, applying for Studylink or Fees Free payments, topping up AT Hop cards and student ID cards are just some of the many things we help you with. Dion is the go-to-person if you need help. She is a Crown graduate so she knows exactly what are the issues you may be facing and how to deal with them.  You can find her at the reception if you need any help.