Student Services provide assistance to NMIT students.
Student Activities Staff organise a range of orientation activities on all campuses in the first few weeks of each semester.
Activity details can be found on the NMIT Student Intranet.
Information sessions for new students are organised by teaching departments.
These sessions focus on the NMIT Student Experience with information about Student Services, student rights and responsibilities.
Induction session information is available from teaching departments or the Student Intranet, or watch the Student Induction Video
On-campus student accommodation is available at NMIT's own Yarra House, centrally located at our picturesque Fairfield Campus.
Full details of accommodation options at Yarra House are available at www.yarrahouse.com.au.
Student Services can also assist students to find alternative Student Housing and Accommodation solutions.
Qualified staff are available to discuss issues students have which may be interfering in their course and social activities. The service is provided free of charge to students.
- Personal and crisis counselling
- Career and course advice
- Group programs on a range of issues
- Financial advice
- Referral to a range of community agencies and resources
Appointments can be made by calling 9269 1314.
Study Support is also available from the Study Skills Advisory Service – Ph. 9269 1372.
Students with disabilities are not disadvantaged at NMIT.
Support is available for students whose learning is affected by physical, intellectual, sensory, psychiatric or neurological disabilities or chronic medical conditions.
This support may include equipment loans, adaptive technology, notetakers, tutors, signing interpreters and course materials provided in alternative formats.
Availability of certain support services is subject to funding.
View NMIT's Disability Action Plan 2011 - 2015 (PDF).
Student Activities Representatives
NMIT students can become Student Activities Reps and assist in the delivery of on and off campus events. For more information about acting as a Student Activities Rep contact the Student Activities Office on 9269 1316.
First Aid / Health
Facilities and trained first aid staff are available at each campus to assist with emergency and general first aid.
Recreation & Activities
A fully-equipped gymnasium is located at the Epping Campus. Memberships are available for a term, semester or year.
On and off campus activities are always on the agenda for students.
Sports competitions involving other Victorian TAFEs are arranged by SLAM (Student Life & Media) each year. Sporting activities include soccer/indoor soccer, football, table-tennis, netball, basketball, surf camp and much more.
Campus Rap magazine is also published by SLAM each term. Campus Rap provides students with information about upcoming activities, freebies and other relevant campus news.
To see more, visit the SLAM calendar of events