Students under 18
As a student under 18, we are committed to your safety and wellbeing. Find the support you need to have the best possible experience at RMIT.
Settle in at RMIT
Welcome to RMIT. We hope this exciting chapter in your life is full of new experiences, friends and learning opportunities. We want you to know that RMIT offers an environment where you can grow, develop your skills and prepare for your future.
RMIT is a child safe organisation, which means staff are responsible for ensuring that anyone who is under 18 on campus is safe, happy and protected.
International students under 18
Look after your wellbeing
Medical Hub @ RMIT
Conveniently located at the City campus, Medical Hub @ RMIT offers high-quality, holistic medical care to the RMIT community.
Physicians and staff provide a safe and inclusive environment for people of all backgrounds, cultures, beliefs, abilities and sexualities.
Security on campus
If you or someone you know has experienced sexual harm, unwanted or threatening behaviour, Safer Community can help.
You can talk to Safer Community about your concerns and options – even if the behaviour happened off campus.
Join the Student Voice Network and have your say on how the university is run, how your education is shaped and much more about life at RMIT.
There are many ways you can impact the student experience at RMIT. Here are a few options for making your voice heard:
- Fill out the Student Ideas Form and share your ideas for how RMIT can provide the best university experience for everyone.
- Join a Student-Staff Consultative Committee and partner with staff to enhance academic programs at RMIT.
- Become a member of the RMIT University Student Union (RUSU), an organisation run by students, for students.