Fees and loans
If you don’t officially cancel your program enrolment by the relevant census date you’ll remain liable for all fees, even if you’re no longer attending classes. This includes tuition fees, the Student Services and Amenities Fee and administrative fees.
If you have a HELP loan or VET Student Loan, you’ll still have to pay your fees if you cancel your program after the relevant census date.
Academic penalty (higher education only)
If you’re in a higher education program, you must cancel your program before the last day to withdraw without academic penalty. You’ll find this listed in your important dates. If you don’t, you may be subject to academic penalties; for example, fail grades.
Access to RMIT systems
You’ll lose access to all RMIT systems immediately after you cancel your program, unless you're enrolled in another program. Take the time to save or print any important documents in Enrolment Online such as invoices, Statements of Enrolment and Commonwealth Assistance Notices.
Cancelling your program will affect your student visa. You must contact the Department of Home Affairs for information before you cancel your program.
If you want to change to another program, don't cancel your program enrolment. Instead, apply online to change your program.
If you want to study at another Australian institution, read about transferring to another education provider.
For enquiries about how to complete this process, please contact email@example.com.
If you're a commencing international student and have enrolled in the first semester of a program, financial penalties may apply if you cancel your program enrolment. Find out more about refunds for international students.
Sponsored and scholarship students
You must contact your sponsor or scholarship provider and advise them of your cancellation. You may have to repay any payments made to you.
Apprentices and trainees
If you have a current training agreement, contact RMIT Connect before cancelling your program enrolment.
Contact your supervisor/s and/or HDR coordinator before you cancel your program enrolment. Read about variations to your candidature, including readmission advice.
Students at partner institutions
Your program may affect your visa. You must contact your local partner institution for information before you cancel your program enrolment.