5 Jul 2018

Commissioner on the cards for Unitec

From Nine To Noon, 9:09 am on 5 July 2018
Unitec Campus signage in Mt Albert

Photo: RNZ / Cole Eastham-Farrelly

The Government is considering appointing a commissioner to run Unitec in Auckland.

The process has been undertaken by the government after it was revealed the institution was expected to make deficits of nearly $100 million over four years.

How do the latest developments affect staff and students?

Lynn Freman speaks to Sandra Grey, the president of the Tertiary Education Union and President of the Unitec student council, Matalena O'Mara.