Monday 11 July, 2022 - 10:00 AM To 4:00 PM
Melbourne Institute of Technology's Orientation day is a celebration to kick-start your student life at MIT. It's a great opportunity for you to :
MIT Melbourne campus is located at the historical - Argus Building at 288 La Trobe Street, on the corner of Elizabeth and La Trobe Streets. Entrance is via the La Trobe Street side.
To support our community to stay safe and healthy the MIT Melbourne Campus COVID Safe Plan requires all campus entrants to sign in using the campus QR Code and show evidence of double vaccination status. Current safety protocols also require students, staff and visitors to wear a suitable face mask at all times and to have their temperature checked using our T-Scan machines. Further information about the Campus COVID Safe plan will be communicated to you in the lead up to the orientation day.
So, you have attended orientation- what’s next? Explore our list of what we recommend you achieve to make the most of your first-year experience.
Commencing students will be emailed when the Orientation program is available.
Orientation attendance is not compulsory however, it is highly recommended you attend your Orientation Program.
You're encouraged to participate in other sessions such as campus tours, info sessions and academic workshops to help you get the best start to your studies. There are also variety of activities held where you can meet your teachers and student leaders, get to know other new people and participate in on the social events.
Yes, registration is required. MIT is running a blended program with students given the option of attending orientation online or on-campus.
Orientation is an opportunity to begin developing academic and co-curricular goals, make networks with other students, learn about campus resources, discuss your academic goals, and enrol in subjects for your first trimester. This is your opportunity to start putting your academic plan into action and learn about everything MIT has to offer you.
Orientation marks the start of your college studies and for most courses it is held the week before trimester classes start.
The program is designed to familiarise you with the College life, and the services and resources available on each campus and online. By attending Orientation, you gain critical course and faculty information, plus essential information on the support we offer. This is also your opportunity to meet and socialise with fellow student plus academics and all the support staff that are ready to help you along the way.
We strongly encourage that all new students attend orientation.
Yes, you will be enrolled in classes and select timetable etc the same day.
Yes, you must bring the following documents to enrol:
We encourage all staff and students to choose sustainable transport options to access Campus Facilities. There are many options, including public transport, car-pooling, cycling or walking.
Onsite parking is not available at MITs CBD campus; however, car parking stations are nearby for a fee.
If you were unable to attend your online or on-campus orientation program on 25 February, we run a ‘Late Orientation’ session during week two which you need to attend. There are also plenty of online resources you can explore at https://moodle.mit.edu.au however as with most things, nothing replaces F2F communication.