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The new Swanston Library is digitally-enabled with a connecting rooftop terrace to the Garden Building. Study and viewing rooms are available at each Library site, which students can book for group projects, discussions and presentations.

Comprising a social enterprise café at ground level, two levels of workshop-studio style rooms and a social roof terrace, this leafy eco building self-regulates its own microclimate.

This heritage 1930s early modernist building houses our creative stars studying media, photography and communication.

Many of our students enjoy studying in the quiet surrounds of the State Library and taking in it’s grand history. Built in 1854 it was one of the world’s first free public libraries and now displays Ned Kelly’s armour in a permanent exhibition.

Built in 1887 as the Working Men's College, this heritage building is named after the grazier, philanthropist, politician and college founder who helped fund its construction. Fun fact: RMIT’s city campus buildings are named in the order they were acquired by RMIT!

The heart of the RMIT City campus, Bowen Street was recently transformed by the New Academic Street project. The urban village is full of student spaces for creativity and collaboration, with laneways, cafes and gardens linking the campus to the city of Melbourne.

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