OWeek is the annual festival run by the students' association. The festival aims to provide all students with a fun and diverse start to the year.
OWeek 2017—27 February to 10 March
The beginning of the trimester can be a busy time. There are new places to check out, people to meet and study to organise. Luckily, Victoria University Students' Association (VUWSA) annual Orientation Week (OWeek) is here to help you make a smooth transition—along with a host of activities from Monday 27 February to Friday 10 March.
OWeek is spread over a fortnight in which the VUWSA teams up with the University to put on a huge range of events, from the annual Toga Party and Campus stalls to international music shows and comedy nights. This year, a number of local festivals are also part of OWeek.
You can rest assured that VUWSA has got your best interests at heart, and we want to start the year with a bang. If it’s worth having, you can guarantee we’ve got it.
OWeek 2017 is going to be the best social experience of the year.
- Grab your free VUWSA bag—jam-packed full of goodies (diary, wallplanner, freebies) from VUWSA at Kelburn campus during New Students’ Orientation and Week 1 of the trimester; and the VUWSA stall at the Te Aro and Pipitea campuses in Week 2.
- Go back to Roman times—attend our annual rite-of-passage Toga Party
- Attend as many free, and reduced priced concerts and events as you can. With big ticket names, we’re sure you won’t be disappointed. Keep an eye on our Facebook page for information about when tickets will go on sale, and for free prizes.
- Experience Wellington’s creativity at its fullest – Newtown Festival is a free family-orientated public celebration in the heart of Newtown on Sunday 5 March. It’s a huge community party to which all of Wellington is invited. VUWSA will be running buses to you to Newtown – for more information, keep an eye on our Facebook page.
OWeek is going to be a massive, not-to-be missed festival of vast proportions.
Event and ticket information
For the most up-to-date information on events and how to buy tickets, visit the VUWSA website, Facebook or Twitter pages. If you want to get really interactive, follow us on snapchat @vuwsa or Instagram @vuwagram