Enrolment information sessions
Your enrolment information session is where you can get information and advice about your program and courses.
Your offer letter and enrolment program structure specify if your program has a session scheduled.
Why you should attend
Attending your enrolment information session gives you the opportunity to ask RMIT staff for information and advice about:
- your course selection and the academic outcomes you wish to achieve
- what options are available to you, some of which you may not have considered
- whether you may be eligible for credit transfer or recognition of prior learning – you will need to bring certified copies of the relevant documentation
- your enrolment load (full-time or part-time) to make sure it is correct.
If you can’t attend or if no session is scheduled
What to bring to your enrolment information session
- your offer letter or enrolment letter
- your enrolment publications
- a pen (black or blue)
- evidence of your citizenship or immigration status.
New (commencing) students must also bring:
- certified copies of the relevant documentation, if you are applying for credit transfer or recognition of prior learning (RPL). To check if you might be eligible for credit transfer or RPL go to gaining credit and exemptions.
If you are accessing Commonwealth assistance you must also bring:
- your tax file number
- your completed HECS-HELP, FEE-HELP or VET FEE-HELP form, if applicable, if you are enrolling via the paper-based process.