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The Massey University Students' Associations Federation (MUSAF) represents the seven (five mainstream, two tangata whenua) student bodies at Massey University's three campuses in Palmerston North, Auckland, Wellington and Extramural students.
Massey University's governing body, the Massey University Council, has one seat allocated for a Student Representative, elected by the student population. Most often, this Council member occupies a leading office-bearer role with one of the student bodies.
The Massey University Students' Association of Palmerston North Inc. represents students at Massey University, Palmerston North. MUSA publicises events, issues and anything else that concerns students. MUSA is a contributor to MASSIVE Magazine, which is printed monthly. A radio station by the name of Radio Control is administered by MUSA also.
Manawatahi represents Māori students at Massey University, Palmerston North. Manawatahi organises and publicises events, develops and represents policies, and provides a supportive forum for Māori students who attend either Massey University (Turitea Campus) or Massey University College of Education (Hokowhitu Campus).
Manawatahi is a constituent member of Te Mana Ākonga (TMA).
The Albany Students' Association Inc. represents the Students at Massey University, Albany.
ASA is a constituent member of the New Zealand Union of Students' Associations (NZUSA).
There is a Māori subsidiary of ASA, by the name of Te Waka o Ngā Ākonga Māori Inc.. Its role is to represent Māori students and publicise events, issues and anything else which concern Māori students at Massey University, Albany Campus.
The Massey at Wellington Students Association represents the students at Massey University, Wellington. Founded in 1999 with the closure of Wellington Polytech on the same site, Massey University expanded the campus base to cater for their new design school in Wellington. MAWSA also produces the Massive magazine (formerly called Magneto) which has won best small publication in 2008, 2009, 2010.
EXMSS is the student union representing distance (aka 'extramural') students. EXMSS provides online support, independent advocacy, scholarships, material assistance for contact course attendance, social media communities, and events for extramural students.