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The news comes in the wake of claims that multiple students at Knox College were sexually assaulted, and after a scandal around inappropriate traditions broke in Selwyn College last year.
A spokeswoman said the purpose of the "hui wahine" was to discuss sexual safety practices within residential colleges with the women leaders who lived in the colleges.
"The hui was called by the vice-chancellor and she will actively facilitate the discussion.
"The hui will provide a safe environment, where women can share anything in complete trust and confidence. You will understand that this is a private event where confidentiality for those who participate is crucial.”
Around 150 RAs live in the colleges as supervisors and support staff, and about 3500 students live in the colleges.
A statement from Prof Hayne is expected later today.