Get connected

Wherever you are on campus, no matter how you work, you can connect to RMIT’s wireless network.

Connecting is as simple as:

1. Choosing RMIT-University.

RMIT–University is available to RMIT students, RMIT staff and authorised visitors. This secure or ‘closed access’ network will appear in the wifi settings of your device. It enables authorised users to access the internet and RMIT’s network.

RMIT–Support is the temporary network available to first time users of the RMIT community. This ‘open access’ network will appear in the wifi settings of any device you may choose to work on.

2. Entering your RMIT ID and password.

For more information about how to get connected see Getting Connected at RMIT. It contains step-by-step instructions explaining how to gain access to the RMIT wireless networks, no matter which mobile device or laptop you bring on campus..

For students visiting other universities

eduroam is an independent wireless network that allows mobility between educational institutions for authorised users. RMIT students and staff will only need to connect to eduroam when off campus at another institution. Instructions on accessing eduroam can be found in Getting Connected at RMIT.

Please note that if you are a student and staff from other universities can connect to eduroam while visiting RMIT.

Conference visitors

RMIT offers free wireless access to participants of conferences held at RMIT. Simply request access, allowing us 10 days’ notice.

Need more info?

If you need to know more about the RMIT wireless network here is the technical specifications.

Need help?

Request wireless assistance or contact the Service and Support Centre.


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