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Get set up on Massey's systems , Te whakarite mō ngā punaha

Make sure you're ready for the start of semester. Set up your password, log in to the student portal, and learn to use Stream, MyHub and the Massey Uni app.

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Sign in to the student portal

The student portal is the place where you’ll manage your university life and stay on top of the things you need to do. In it, you can:

  • enrol in courses
  • pay your fees
  • order your Student ID card
  • create your password
  • view your timetable
  • see your exam results
  • update your contact details.

How to log in

Visit the .

You’ll need:

  • your student ID number (this was emailed to you when you accepted your Offer of Place)
  • the password you created when you applied to Massey.

Create your password

Once you’ve signed in to the student portal, you can create your password. You'll need it to use Massey’s wifi, access your course material in Stream and search the library catalogue.

Follow these steps to get your password:

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  2. In the Messages section, find a message called “鶹Ƶ Password”. This message can be hard to find! If you can't see it, click on the drop-down menu next to "Other views" in your in-tray, and choose "All messages".
  3. This message will give you a temporary password for the Massey network.
  4. Follow the links to reset the temporary password to one you’ll remember.

Single sign-on

Single sign-on is a very quick way to make your life at Massey a lot easier.

It means that you can use your password to log in to all Massey's online systems: the student portal, Stream and MyHub. 

If you forget your password you can reset it yourself.

Change or reset your password

Multi-factor authentication (MFA)

When you log in to single sign-on-enabled systems in Massey, you're prompted to enter your network username and password. MFA adds an extra layer of security to your Massey network account to verify your identity and prevent anyone other than you from using it and accessing your personal information.

You may verify your identity according to your registered method, which could be through a text or call to your mobile device or a notification in the Microsoft Authenticator app.

Set up multi-factor authentication (MFA)

Learn your way around Stream

Stream is your online learning platform. Whether you’re an online student or studying at a Massey campus, it’ll be the core of your academic life. You'll use Stream to:

  • watch recorded lectures
  • take part in classes and tutorials online
  • access course materials, like reading lists, articles and notes
  • submit your assignments
  • ask your lecturers questions
  • share ideas with other students in forums and chats.

View our guide to Stream

How to log in to Stream

Once you've activated single sign-on, you can log in to Stream using your username (studentid@massey.ac.nz) and password. 

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Log in to MyHub

MyHub is a digital platform for Massey students. It contains resources that will help you develop your skills and plan for your future, and it connects you to important support services.

How to log in to MyHub

Once you've activated single sign-on, you'll be able to log in to MyHub using your username (studentid@massey.ac.nz) and password.

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Download the Massey Uni App

The Massey Uni App gives you important information while you’re on the go. You can use it to:

  • keep track of your timetable
  • know what events are taking place on at campus and online
  • see what's on at the Recreation Centres
  • look at campus maps
  • search the library catalogue
  • access the Student Portal, Stream and MyHub.

Get the Massey Uni App working

Download the Massey Uni app on or the .

Sort out your timetable

You can view your class timetable in both the student portal and the Massey Uni App.

Find out more about sorting out your timetable

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Get support

Still stuck? Contact Te Paepoto Student Support Centre for assistance.

Te Paepoto, National Contact Centre

Hours

8.30am to 4.30pm weekdays

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