Top five tasks you can complete at home without coming into campus

Top five tasks you can complete at home without coming into campus

To help you steer clear of queues on campus, here are five tasks you can complete from the comfort of your couch.

Avoiding a queue is always a good thing. So, to help you steer clear of them on campus, here are five tasks you can complete at home. 

1. Get academic advice (selecting courses)

Thinking about changing courses or needing advice on a program plan? You can do this online via the Student Connect portal

2. Arrange your timetable 

Whether you need to change your preferences because you have a clash, or a course is full, this can be resolved via the Class timetable FAQ page.

3. Complete How2RMIT located in Canvas  

How2RMIT is a free online orientation course designed to help new students get set up and organised for a smooth transition into university life. Students new to RMIT in 2024 are automatically enrolled and will find How2RMIT in their Canvas dashboard

4. Order your student card   

You can order your first student card online, as well as any replacement cards if yours is lost or stolen. Head to the Student cards page to get it sorted.  

5. Complete your student onboarding modules

RMIT is committed to creating a safe place for students and staff, where everyone feels included, respected and supported. As part of this commitment, students new to RMIT in Semester 1 2024 are required to complete the following online modules as part of their onboarding to RMIT:

  • Academic Integrity Awareness
  • Sex and Consent

These can be completed via the Student onboarding modules page.

Need more help

Have a question that's not covered above? Head to the Student Connect portal.

14 February 2024


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