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Che Fu headlines AUT University's South Campus Housewarming

Che Fu to headline AUT University's South Campus Housewarming event

Aucklanders are being invited to the AUT University South Campus Housewarming to have a look around and checkout what’s been hiding behind the fence, all these years.

The free AUT South Campus Housewarming event will be a mix of entertainment, food, sporting activities and course information.

Local musicians will be performing, including Che Fu, Tigilau Ness, Sidney Diamond and Three Houses Down, and attendees also have the chance to meet Counties Manukau Rugby players, see the mighty Ranfurly Shield, or meet stars from the Black Sox softball team.

There will be staff and current student’s onsite to discuss the new study options available at the campus and give you an idea of what studying at AUT will be like.

AUT Vice Chancellor Derek McCormack says, “AUT University’s South Campus is aiming to make bring new opportunity to the community by providing an accessible world-ranked university education right in the heart of South Auckland.

“The AUT South Campus Housewarming is a great opportunity for us to showcase AUT.”

MaiFM will be broadcasting live from the AUT South Campus on the day.

The event is on Saturday February 22, 2pm-5.30pm, free entry, at the AUT South Campus, 640 Great South Rd, Manukau. Corner of Te Irirangi Drive and Great South Rd.

For more on the event visit http://aut.ac/AUTSouthCampusHousewarming

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