It was HE students' turn this week with undergraduate Design and Social Context students enjoying the cozy atmosphere at Kirrip Place on City campus.
While out at Bundoora campus, STEM students also met indoors to escape the rain.
Wednesday saw undergraduate College of Business and Law students pack the A'Beckett courts, meeting with academics and connecting with RMIT services, while enjoying a range of creative activities and games.
Postgraduate College of Business and Law students met at The Oxford Scholar later that evening to network with teachers and fellow students whilst enjoying delicious canapes and drinks.
Finally, all STEM and Design and Social Context students had another chance to come together on Bowen Street on Thursday to close out the festivities and to enjoy more tunes, free food and activities.
Vice-Chancellor and President Alec Cameron was there to enjoy the great atmosphere, and attend a campus tour run by RMIT Kirrip.
RMIT Kirrip Ambassador Sumanth who met the Vice-Chancellor spoke about his experience.
"It was the highlight of my day and he was really passionate about the happenings of the University," he said.
"Being a student, I strongly feel that face to face interactions are very important."
"After today's interaction, I understood that the Vice-Chancellor has visited my home city, and we had a small chat about it!"
Another highlight for Sumanth was the Welcome to Country.
"I really enjoyed the welcome ceremony," he said.
"It got me thinking of how certain ceremonies are universal, and most cultures around the world follow them."