Vary your enrolment
After you enrol you may continue to add or drop courses until the ‘last day to add’ or ‘last day to drop’.
If you are an international student you must ensure any enrolment changes are not in breach of your general student visa conditions.
Make changes in Enrolment Online
You can use the Add or Drop function in Enrolment Online until the relevant cut-off date for adding and/or dropping courses in each semester.
Refer to your relevant important dates to check the standard cut-off dates to add/drop courses without financial or academic penalty. Note: it is your responsibility to check the census dates for all classes. If you choose to drop a class after the relevant census date, you will remain liable for all fees.
Login to myRMIT to access Enrolment Online.
Adding classes after the ‘last date to add’
You should seek academic advice from your school on whether you can or should add classes after the ‘last day to add’. Under normal circumstances, you are not permitted to add classes after the last day to add, although you may request permission to do so in special circumstances.
Examples of why you may need to request permission to enrol after the last day to add:
- if you have been attending classes but you have not yet finalised your enrolment or you have incorrectly enrolled
- if you are a commencing international student arriving just after the last day to add
- if you received an offer of admission just before or just after the last day to add.
If you enrolled online, you can request permission to add classes after the last day to add via Enrolment Online. Use the Add function to select the relevant class/es and apply for permission to add them. Log in to myRMIT to access Enrolment Online.
Once you submit your application via Enrolment Onilne, the relevant school will assess your application. If your application is approved, the classes will be added to your enrolment. You will receive a confirmation email sent to your RMIT student email account, and you will be issued with an updated Confirmation of Enrolment statement and tax invoice. If your application is denied, you will be advised by your school.
Please be aware that if you apply to enrol in a class on or close to the census date and your application is approved, your tuition fees may be due immediately. You are responsible for checking the due date on your tax invoice.
If you completed a paper-based enrolment you can make changes using an Enrolment variation form (PDF 133kb 2p), up until the relevant cut off date for adding and/or dropping courses in each semester.
Refer to your relevant Important dates to check the standard cut-off dates to add/drop courses without financial or academic penalty. Note: it is your responsibility to check the census dates for all classes. If you choose to drop a class after the relevant census date, you will remain liable for all fees.