Governance processes define rights and responsibilities, provide clarity about who can make decisions and any constraints on those decisions and ensure information on these processes is accessible.
The Council is the governing authority of the University and is responsible for ’the direction and superintendence of the University’.Council
The University committee structure has been created to effectively bring together and use the knowledge, skills and experience of a number of individuals from a range of backgrounds.Committees
RMIT University works constantly to improve the quality of the services it provides to its students, staff and the community.Complaints
RMIT is committed to privacy and the responsible handling of personal information in accordance with relevant legislation.Privacy
Freedom of Information
The Freedom of Information Act 1982 (Vic) gives you the right to request information held by the University.Freedom of Information
Statutes and regulations
A statute is the primary legislative instrument that can be made by the University under the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology Act 2010 Act.University Statutes and Regulations
Policies and procedures
A policy is a formal statement of principle that explains statutory, regulatory or organisational requirements.Policies and procedures
RMIT University's Annual Reports cover the financial year from 1 January to 31 December.
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