You may be required to provide proof that you are enrolled in a program with RMIT and to show your study load.
Your Statement of Enrolment (SoE) is an official statement from RMIT University confirming your program and course enrolment, along with information such as the start date, end date and census date relevant to each of the classes in which you are enrolled. It also displays your study load (also known as aggregated load) in the program for a specific period.
The SoE shows your study load calculated for ‘First half calendar year’ (1 January to 30 June) and ‘Second half calendar year' (1 July to 31 December). This includes the portion of any class that falls within that period.
Your SoE proves your enrolment and/or study load for concession or other purposes e.g., Victorian Public Transport Concession and Centrelink income support payments.
The SoE will also help you determine if you will complete your program within the minimum time.
Make sure you check the enrolment details in your SoE carefully to ensure they're correct.
If you’re enrolled in multiple programs, you’ll receive multiple SoEs. Each SoE covers a half-year period.
For most students, your SoE is available in Enrolment Online the day after you enrol or vary your enrolment. If you're a full-fee Open Universities Australia (OUA) student or studying at the Singapore Insitute of Management (SIM), please see below for information.
If you're studying multiple programs, select the program for which you need to check your enrolment.
For information about how to read and understand your SoE, download Your Statement of Enrolment Explained (PDF, 286KB).
If you're a full-fee OUA student or studying at the Singapore Insitute of Management, please request your Statement of Enrolment by submitting an enquiry via RMIT Student Connect.
OUA can also provide enrolment statements that prove your current or previous enrolment status, or for seeking entitlements from Centrelink. You can download your enrolment statement from the OUA Student Hub or contact OUA.
You can find details about your current or past studies at RMIT in your:
If you need written confirmation of details about your current or past studies at RMIT that are not included in the following official RMIT documents, you can request a student letter.
You can request the following types of student letters for a fee.
If an academic transcript or statement does not meet the requirements of a professional registration organisation, other university, employer or government, you can request a student letter that may be customised with the following information according to their requirements.
Details that may be included:
Processing time: Up to 15 days
This confirms the details of placements completed as part of your program at RMIT.
Processing time: Up to 15 days
RMIT will complete forms issued by third parties for students, such as for an overseas professional registration organisation, other university, employer or government. Forms must be completed in full.
Delivery: A digital copy will be emailed to your student and/or personal email address
Processing time: Usually up to 15 days, but it may take longer depending on the information that needs to be confirmed
Submit an enquiry online via Student Connect. All requests must include the following information to avoid processing delays:
Payment: Once we’ve received your request, you’ll receive an email with a payment link. When your payment has been confirmed, the letter or completed third-party documents you have requested will be sent within processing times.
Acknowledgement of Country
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 'Luwaytini' by Mark Cleaver, Palawa.