Submit Requests

The Submit Requests tile allows you to submit various online forms and attach relevant supporting documentation. Including requesting leave of absence, change of program, change of primary name, and more. You can also track the status of your requests and view your request history.

About the tile

The Submit Request tile contains online smart forms that you can complete and submit digitally via myRMIT. Some of these will be pre-populated with your personal details. There are also a number of PDF forms here that will need to be downloaded, completed manually, and emailed to the relevant RMIT mailbox. You can view the history of all requests you’ve submitted, including their status.

To see the specific instructions for a selected form, you can click on the submission instructions link. Please read these carefully before completing the form. You will be able to add supporting documentation (if required) via the upload button.

Some forms are not available in the myRMIT Submit Request tile, as they are available on the RMIT website. If you need assistance with finding a specific form, please contact Student Connect.

Frequently asked questions

You can request a new student ID card, including uploading your photo, via the Student ID Card form within the myRMIT Submit Request tile. You will need to complete the form and upload a valid photo. The myRMIT Student ID Card form provides photo requirement guidelines to ensure your photo is valid. If your photo is invalid, you will be notified via myRMIT, and your form will become editable, allowing you to resubmit a new photo.

If you have lost your student ID card, or otherwise require a new card, you will need to request a replacement card via the Student Connect Portal.

The student ID card expiry date can only be set to reflect a single program of study at a time. A new card will automatically be generated for you before this first one expires, which will be valid for the duration of your second program, and you will receive a notification when it is ready for collection.

You can request Leave of Absence (LOA) by completing and submitting the Leave of Absence formfrom the myRMIT Submit Request tile.

Yes, you will retain full access to myRMIT during your Leave of Absence period.

You can view and track the status of your submitted form via the Submit Request tile. This is where you can view all existing forms or view groups of forms by status

You will be able to complete and submit the following forms within the Submit Request tile. You will also be able to view and track the status of your submitted forms as below:

  • Leave of Absence (LOA) 
  • Confirmation of Enrolment (COE) 
  • Application for refund 
  • Cancellation of program enrolment 
  • Apply for Credit/ Recognition of Prior learning 
  • Request for Equitable Learning and Accessibility
  • Personal details (Primary Name change) 
  • Student ID card 

Disclaimer: This list is accurate as per 10 April 2024. Over time, forms may be added or removed from myRMIT self-service to aim for the best student experience.

If you do not see a form within the Submit Request tile, please contact Student Connect.