How to access your online account

To view your online account and pay your fees on time:

  • Log in to myRMIT.
  • Desktop: select the link to Enrolment Online, select the My Student Record button and go to Financial details.
  • Mobile: in the Menu select myFees and then the View and pay fees via Enrolment Online link.

If you have any issues accessing your tax invoice online due to a disability please contact Equitable Learning Services (ELS) for assistance.

Available features

Feature

Details

View account / pay fees

  • Real-time access to your financial account, including: total amount due, overdue charges, future due, account balance, payment reference number, charges by due date and class, payment/credit history, full transaction history, and online payment options.
  • Enrolment changes, such as adding or dropping a course, will be visible immediately.
  • Payments made via Enrolment Online will be processed immediately.

View latest tax invoice and View past tax invoices

  • View and print your tax invoices.

Commonwealth Assistance loan students

Eligible students, find out about applying for HELP loans and VET Student Loans

*Permanent Residents or New Zealand citizens who enrol in a Commonwealth supported place are required to pay fees in full to RMIT by the census date. If you miss the deadline, your enrolment may be cancelled in accordance with government legislation.

Students eligible for Commonwealth Assistance may also access these features:

Feature

Details

View Commonwealth Assistance (eCAF)

 

  • Log in to Enrolment Online and select My student record.
  • Under Financial details, select Manage Commonwealth assistance and optional loans.

 

View Commonwealth Assistance approval letters

 

  • Log in to Enrolment Online and select My student record.
  • Under Financial details, select View Commonwealth assistance approval letter.

 

View Commonwealth Assistance Notices (CANs)

 

  • Log in to Enrolment Online and select My student record.
  • Under Financial details, select View Commonwealth Assistance Notices (CANs).