RMIT city campus incident

RMIT extends our thoughts to those in our community who have been affected by the recent events at our city campus.

Mental health and wellbeing is an ongoing challenge for many people in our community – classmates, colleagues, friends and family.

We acknowledge the pressures of university life are real, just as they are in the other parts of our lives, and we know the events of this week will affect everyone differently.

No member of the RMIT community should feel alone. If you are worried about yourself or someone else, please know that support is available. Counselling services have been made available on level 7 of building 80 until further notice as well as our usual support services on level 4 of building 8.

The following services are also accessible via phone:

  • Student support: 9925 5000 (follow the prompts)
  • Staff support: 1300 786 860 and 0431 119 909 (after hours)
  • Lifeline: 13 11 14
  • Suicide Call Back Service: 1300 659 467
  • Beyond Blue: 1300 22 46 36
  • Eheadspace: 1800 650 890

If you are worried that you can’t keep yourself or someone else safe right now, call 000 and ask for the police or ambulance, or go to the emergency department of your nearest hospital.

/RMIT University News Release. View in full here.