RMIT Chaplaincy available over the phone and online

Our multi-faith prayer facilities have closed and most Chaplaincy events are suspended until further notice. Chaplains are still available to provide support, email chaplaincy@rmit.edu.au or call +61 3 9925 2317 to talk to a Chaplain.

Free meals for students impacted financially by coronavirus

The Chaplaincy is currently providing free fresh and frozen meals to RMIT students impacted financially by coronavirus (COVID-19). Find out more.

Contact us

Address:
Building 46, 11 Lygon Street (opposite Trades Hall)

Phone:
+61 3 9925 2317

Email:
chaplaincy@rmit.edu.au


About RMIT Chaplaincy

RMIT's Chaplains are trained multi-faith spiritual advisers representing Christian, Buddhist, Jewish, Islamic faiths and Integral Spirituality traditions. We provide support to students and staff of all faiths and none. 

If you're struggling with life events, studies, unexpected losses and conflicts, relationships or if you just have something on your mind that you need to talk through, we stand ready with a listening ear. 

Conversations with a Chaplain are confidential and open to all RMIT students and staff - you do not need to be someone of faith to talk to a Chaplain.


Talk to a Chaplain

If you’d like to talk to a Chaplain, please drop in to the Chaplaincy Office, call or email us.

Address: Building 46, 11 Lygon Street (opposite Trades Hall)
Phone: +61 3 9925 2317
Email: chaplaincy@rmit.edu.au

If you know which Chaplain you want to talk to, let us know when you contact us. If you want to talk to someone but don’t know who, don’t worry, we’ll help you.


Chaplaincy events

All events are free and open to all RMIT students and staff.

Currently, Mindfulness meditation is operating online. All other events are currently suspended.


For more information about any events, contact chaplaincy@rmit.edu.au

Are you interested in joining a spiritual club or society? Find all spiritual clubs on the RMIT Student Union (RUSU) website.


Multi-faither prayer rooms

Multi-faith prayer rooms are available at City, Brunswick and Bundoora campuses. Find prayer room locations and booking information.

 

Free meals for students impacted financially by coronavirus

RMIT’s Chaplaincy Service, in partnership with the Parliament of Victoria and the community at St Peter’s Eastern Hill, is distributing free freshly made and frozen meals to RMIT students impacted financially by coronavirus (COVID-19). 

One week's worth of meals can be collected from St Peter's Eastern Hill in East Melbourne (next to Parliament Gardens) between 9.30-11am Monday-Friday, excluding public holidays, by simply showing your RMIT student card. No booking is required.

We also cater for students with specific dietary requirements. There is a one-day turnaround time for special orders (e.g. if your order is confirmed on Monday, it will be ready for collection on Wednesday).