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Program orientation events
Remember, our Welcome Days are different to your program orientation events. Your college or school will give you information directly, so you know when to attend, but here is a selection.
Find where you need to go
Campus tours run throughout Welcome Day. But if you've already been handed a room number, something that looks like 12.4.115-116, here's how to find it.
Let's say you're standing on City campus. First, locate the building on your campus map (Building 12, in this case), then head to level four, room 115-116. You should end up at the Campus Store, where you can buy course equipment or cool RMIT merch.
Still not sure? Watch fellow student, Faseehi, explain how to find a room number.
Staying safe on campus
SafeZone is a free app for all RMIT students and staff, that connects you directly to the Security team when you need help on campus.
You can find out how to access the app here.
Staying safe online
Cyber safety is the safe and responsible use of information and communication technology (ICT). It’s important to know the risks when storing data, accessing online tools and services and interacting online.
We encourage you to be Cybersmart and remain aware of dangers you may come across online.