St Helens Campus
The St Helens Campus is located in spacious, park-like grounds in Mt Albert, Auckland, and is adjacent to the popular Chamberlain Park Golf Course.
The campus bears the name paying homage to the property’s previous incarnation as St Helen’s Hospital. The St Helen's Hospital was originally founded and named in 1968 by New Zealand Prime Minister, Rt Hon Richard J Seddon who was born in the English town of St Helen's.
Travelling to and from the campus is easy as it is located close to Auckland’s North Western motorway and the Baldwin Avenue train station, and bus services travelling along nearby New North and Great North Roads are frequent.
Courses in the following programmes are held at the Campus:
Campus facilities include a library, computer labs, Wi-Fi, cafeteria, dormitory, devotional room, tennis courts and free parking.
The AIS Asquith Campus is located just over five minutes’ walk from the St Helens Campus.
Courses in the following programmes are held at the Asquith Campus:
The Asquith Campus has computer labs, Wi-Fi, a study room with access to library resources, a student training cafeteria, a fully-equipped gymnasium, a sports hall, a whanau room and free parking.