Do you need our support?

We are here to ensure that all students are included in all aspects of university life. We provide assistance about anything related to disability.

Who we support

Your condition may include:

  • physical disability
  • vision impairment
  • hearing impairment
  • intellectual disability
  • learning disability
  • neurological condition
  • mental health condition
  • mobility impairment
  • long-term medical illness/condition

What we do

If you request our support, we will meet with you to create your individual learning plan. We share your plan with your teachers and provide ongoing support as needed.

Your learning plan may include:

  • adjustments to your study conditions e.g. more time in exams
  • course materials in other formats
  • enabling assistance staff
  • assistive technology

Arranging support

To arrange support, you will need to:

  1. be enrolled in a course at RMIT
  2. complete our registration form
  3. be able to provide relevant documentation about your condition from a qualified medical professional
  4. make an appointment to speak to one of our advisors


More information

Contact us

Have a question?

Phone: +61 3 9925 5000

Call us if you have any questions about the services we can provide to students with disability, long-term illness and/or mental health conditions, and primary carers of individuals with a disability.

Book an appointment with us

Book an appointment with one of our Equitable Learning Advisors to register with Equitable Learning Services, update your Equitable Learning Plan or to discuss our services.

Please note, Equitable Learning Services does not provide English language support. For online tools to improve your English, visit the Learning Lab.  

Additional support

Accessibility at RMIT

One in five people in Australia have a disability and we may all be touched by disability at some point in our lives. We support students who live with disability, long term illness and mental health conditions through a variety of means.

Working towards accessibility

Our Accessibility Action Plan aims to enhance inclusion for all staff and students at RMIT

Accessibility Working Party

RMIT’s Accessibility Working Party is responsible for overseeing the implementation of RMIT’s Accessibility Action Plan.

We welcome your contribution. If you have ideas or feedback, please email

Days of significance

World Health Day for Safety at Work (28 April)

Global Accessibility Awareness Day (18 May)

R U OK Day (14 September)

World Mental Health Day (10 October)

International Day of Disability (3 December)