Common questions

We've compiled a list of answers to frequently asked questions to help you easily find the information you need.

You can request your Academic Statements to either be sent to you digitally via email, or as hard copies. Click here for more information and to request these.

If you graduated after July 2017, you have access to a number of free digital academic statements through MyEquals. Please search your personal email account, including spam/junk folder, for the My eQuals access email before contacting RMIT.

If you have any difficulties with requesting your Academic Statements, or your details on the request form are out of date, please contact RMIT Connect.

You are automatically an RMIT alumnus once you've graduated from an RMIT University program. No need to register or apply! Make sure your details are up to date so we can keep you informed about your alumni benefits, events and opportunities.

Please contact RMIT Connect if you don't know your student number and they can help to retrieve this for you.

Once you graduate, RMIT is legally required to deactivate your student email account and cancel your access to RMIT systems. However, you may want to contact RMIT Connect who will be able to give you next steps to request limited time access in special circumstances.

You will need to reset your password to login for the first time to the alumni library portal. Please follow the library page instructions on how to to do this before contacting the alumni team.

Please contact us if you are still having trouble resetting your password.

New RMIT graduates get 12 months access to CareerHub to view the lastest job opportunities, book into free resumé and cover letter reviews, and register for workshops and career consultations.

Unfortunately our policies restrict us from releasing any personal details without an individual's consent.

You may be able to find current academic staff contact details by searching our website for the course they taught. Alternatively, if you remember their name you could reach out to them on LinkedIn.

Graduate lists dating back to 2003 are available as a matter of public record, however any further information will require formal consent from the student.

Whether you want to help train the workforce of the future, promote your business by guest lecturing, mentor a student or support a startup, RMIT has a range of ways to give back to the community.

We send out regular email updates with the latest news, events and alumni offers. Make sure your details are up to date so we can keep you informed! You can also follow our social media channels for updates.

Our official RMIT Alumni LinkedIn and Facebook groups have thousands of alumni waiting to connect! You can view these and other alumni-led by visiting our Alumni networks page.

Unlock and explore exclusive benefits including further learning discounts and rewards (login required).

Detailed past course guides are currently only visible to staff and students. If you would like to receive your past course guides, please email the archives team with the following information (where known):

  • student name (as it was when you attended)
  • student number
  • program name and code
  • course names and numbers (and year each course/subject was studied)
  • your contact details

The course details will be scanned and emailed back to you.

The fastest way to get an answer to your question is by using our live chatbot. Our alumni chatbot is ready to help answer all most commonly asked questions in seconds.

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RMIT University acknowledges the people of the Woi wurrung and Boon wurrung language groups of the eastern Kulin Nation on whose unceded lands we conduct the business of the University. RMIT University respectfully acknowledges their Ancestors and Elders, past and present. RMIT also acknowledges the Traditional Custodians and their Ancestors of the lands and waters across Australia where we conduct our business. - Artwork created by Louisa Bloomer