"We're starting to recognise that there's been an imbalance of power."
"They are getting food that they've requested and it's delivered in a healthy way."
The business faculty were "appalled" to learn the cheating in most cases had no bearing on the students' final marks.
The teacher hasn't been stood down and is instead currently on leave.
Massey University confirms these issues weren't raised during his acceptance - despite the police vetting process.
It comes after a student blew the whistle on "widespread, organised cheating" during exams last month.
The school is not only giving students a free lunch, it's employing local families to make the food.
The survey revealed more than 400 students had been sexually assaulted and over 20 said they'd been raped.
An Auckland University lecturer said people who were not enrolled had attended his lectures and appeared to be gathering intelligence.