Student Council Elections

Nominations for the Council, Academic Board and Standing Committee elections will open on 19 September. Find out more about what's involved.

RMIT Council is the governing body of the University; its responsibilities are set out within the RMIT Act 2010 (PDF 342kb) and include oversight and review of the management, performance and corporate activities of the University. Visit the RMIT Council page for further information on Council and its committees.

Completed nomination forms must be received by the Returning Officer no later than 12 noon on the 30 September 2022.

Further information on the commitment, responsibilities, and requirements associated with being a student-elected member of Council can be found on the Information for Candidates page.

Any questions around the role or responsibilities can be directed to council.secretariat@rmit.edu.au

Questions around the electoral process can be directed to elections@rmit.edu.au

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