RTC classes are held at the Melbourne Campus. Close to public transport and in the heart of the world’s most liveable city, RTC is highly accessible to students from greater Melbourne and interstate. Students are able to blend on-campus study with the best of Melbourne’s café culture.
A communal space in which all students and faculty come to share conversations with food and drinks. This is often the most vibrant area in the Melbourne campus. Available as a study space during unstructured time.
A classroom with equipment that enables synchronous interactions between on-campus and online students during class.
A spacious classroom with windows that bring in charming views of the city.
A quiet study area and closed access collection of 1,200 permanent items. The collection includes commentaries, reference works and a selection of key and supplementary material. An additional rotating reserve collection (200–300 books) changes each semester.
Students and visitors who wish to ride into Melbourne Campus can securely store their bike over the road in the Wilson Carpark (200 Queen St, Melbourne).
3D VIRTUAL TOUR
RTC retains some infrastructure (including the main library holdings, administration, faculty offices and a student residence) at its former campus in Geelong.