Getting the best start to campus life

Getting the best start to campus life

Students Hannah and Michelle explain why How2RMIT sessions are beneficial for both new, and returning sessions.

With a new semester just around the corner, the team at How2RMIT are getting ready to show students how they can get the most out of their journey at RMIT.  

How2RMIT is a general induction program for new and returning students explaining everything from timetabling, fees and loans - to study tips,  finding your way around and how to get involved in the RMIT community, plus much more. They are also delivered by experienced students, which as student and How2RMIT presenter Hannah Rutherford says, ensures that the sessions are “punchy and interactive.” 

We always start the sessions with fun tunes to get the good vibes going, and we send you on your way with new insights and skills to navigate RMIT like a pro, online and on campus. Hope to see you there! 
Student in courtyard (right) RMIT student and How2RMIT presenter, Hannah Rutherford. Credit:RUSU

In Semester 2 2022, How2RMIT will continue to be made up of 3 parts: How2GetStarted, How2GetAhead and How2RMIT Campus Tours. The sessions are delivered online and on campus. Michelle Chan, another student and How2RMIT presenter explains the difference.

How2GetStarted covers all the basic admin essentials. While How2GetAhead is about how to make the most out of your uni experience, the fun stuff. Like getting involved in clubs, making the most of students services, like the library, wellbeing and job support.

The campus tours, held across each campus, are also run by experienced students, and last an hour.  On the tours,  students will showcase your campus and share stories about their university experience.  

15 June 2022

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