Face-to-face peer mentoring deferred

All face-to-face peer mentoring has been deferred until further notice. Students can get online help with coursework and assignments via the Study Support Hub.

What is peer mentoring?

Peer mentoring matches you with a student mentor who has previously completed, and gotten high grades in, your course. Mentors complete training so they can help and support students with coursework and learning. Peer mentoring is free to RMIT students.


What can peer mentors help with?

Peer mentors can help you:
  • get a better understanding of your course content and assessment tasks
  • build your study and learning skills
  • improve your grades
  • prepare for exams
  • use computer software including Excel, MYOB, MS Project, SPSS, MATLAB, Catia, 3DExperience
  • with coding in Python, Java, C++
  • Build your network and have fun!


What peer mentors don't do

Peer mentors will not:
  • work directly on assignments or assessable material
  • read your assignments
  • give you the answer


Current peer mentoring programs

Drop into one of our mentoring spaces to connect with a mentor from your course


  • Business/DSC/SEH: Building 80, level 3, room 17 and 18
  • SEH Engineering: Swanston Library, building 10, level 5 (behind the Service Desk)
  • SEH Bundoora: Bundoora Library, building 210, level 02, room 17 (Seminar Room 1)
  • SEH CSIT: Building 14, level 10, room 34

PASS is a friendly, student-led supplement to lectures and tutorials. Study sessions are usually an hour long and might include:

  • a review of the lecture and assigned readings
  • group work and discussions
  • problem-solving and critical thinking activities
  • how to prepare for assignments, tests and exams (or mock exams)
  • discussion of key course concepts

Learn more about PASS (PDF, 386 KB, 2 pages)

Student quotes

What students say about peer mentoring:

"Good learning environment and friendly atmosphere"
"Makes me feel connected to classmates"
"Challenges me to speak up about my learning"
"Easy to ask questions in a smaller group of people"
Two smiling female students

Two smiling male students