Step 1: Login to myRMIT (student portal) Step 2: Complete your enrolment checklist Step 3: Add and enrol in your classes for Sem 1 2016 Step 4: View or create your timetable
You need to activate your enrolment for your first semester only. (Please note that Science Without Borders Brazilian students have been sent additional instructions for their enrolment with their RMIT Course Outcome email).
4. Seeking new course approvals Academic advising sessions will be scheduled from 2:30pm to 4:00pm on Tue 16 February (Day 1 of Orientation), where you will have the opportunity to obtain academic advice and request approval for new courses. Further information will be provided in your Orientation program.
Please remember to bring a copy of your latest academic transcript from your home institution as this will be required when seeking approval for new courses.
Collect your RMIT student card
Your first RMIT student card is issued free of charge.
Once you have enrolled you can upload a photo using CaptureME, available in myRMIT via the myServices tab.
You can collect your student card from RMIT Connect once your photo is submitted and approved. You will receive email advice when your card is ready for collection.
To collect your card you need to provide:
your student number
photo identification, such as your driver licence, passport or Keypass.
Without these your student card will not be issued.
Register for an Orientation Day Trip
Thursday 18 February 2016 Option 1: Great Ocean Road Trip Option 2: Phillip Island Penguin Parade
Enjoy a day trip to one of Victoria’s most iconic sights, while getting to know your peers.
Limited places available, so be sure to book to secure your place. Last day for bookings is Friday 12 February