RMIT student card
Use your student card to print anywhere on-campus, access RMIT buildings and computer labs, I.D yourself at exams, borrow from the Library and get student discounts!
If you have an end-of-semester exam at the Melbourne Showgrounds within the next two weeks, visit RMIT Connect in person to obtain a new student card. Please note if your card is lost or stolen, replacement charges still apply.
If your exam is more than two weeks away, please follow the instructions on how to obtain a card as detailed on this page.
Your first student card is free. Before you submit your photo for your card, there are just a couple of things you need to know:
- You need to wait 24 hours after you've enrolled.
- You need to have an Australian mailing address. You can check and update your mailing address in myRMIT:
- Log in to myRMIT and select the myDetails tab.
- Check your contact details and, if you need to, change them.
Submit your photo
It's easy to upload your student card photo:
- Log in to myRMIT and select the myServices tab.
- Select Click to capture photo.
Once your photo is approved, we'll send an email to your RMIT student email account. Your card will then be posted within 8-10 business days to your Australian mailing addresses.
Your student card is your offical RMIT student ID, and it's important that you keep it safe (but if you lose it, it's not the end of the world - check out the Lost or stolen student card section on this page to find out more). There are a few things you need to know:
- When you're on campus, you must have your RMIT student card with you at all times.
- You need to take your card to all exams and formal assessments.
- If your card is damaged, lost or stolen, order a replacement card online as soon as possible. Until you do, any misuse of your card will be your responsibility.
- If you're no longer enrolled at RMIT, your student card is invalid.
- If you cancel your enrolment, you must return your card to RMIT Connect.
- Your student card is the property of RMIT University.
With your student card, you can:
- borrow from the University Library
- print, scan and photocopy - find out how to register your card
- access secure areas such as 24 hour computer labs. Your school will let you know and authorise your level of access.
- identify yourself at RMIT service areas if required
- identify yourself at exams and formal assessments.
- Report the loss or theft to Campus Safety and Security on the relevant campus as a matter of urgency. RMIT Security will immediately deactivate the card. Until you report your card to Security and order a replacement card, any misuse of your card will remain your responsibility.
- Order a replacement card immediately – see below for details.
How to order your replacement card
You must be enrolled in an RMIT program to be eligible for a replacement card.
To order a replacement card, go to Replacement Student Card Online Payment and follow the instructions. The replacement fee is $25.
Once your payment has been received, RMIT Connect will cancel your current card and print a new student card using your existing student photo. Your student card will be posted to your Australian mailing address in 8–10 days.
If your card was stolen, you may be eligible for a partial refund of the replacement fee. Further details will be provided after you have made the online payment.
If your student card expiry date is soon or has passed and you are still a current RMIT student, visit RMIT Connect for a free replacement card.