RMIT Union

RMIT Union

RMIT Link is the campus union of the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) in Melbourne, Victoria (Australia). It was formed in 1968 and currently it consists of four main branches: Arts, Sports and Recreation, City Fitness and Administration. Most activities are focused on the City Campus, however some activities occur on all RMIT Campuses. RMIT Union is separate organization to the RMIT Student Union which provides all student clubs other than Sports & Arts clubs. Upon its formation, the RMIT Union had little affiliation with the already-existing student union. Conflict between the two unions began as soon as the second union was established, and some conflict still exists today.

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RMIT Union - History
... The RMIT Link was formed in 1968 following discussions and disagreements between the university's Committee of Council and the Student Union ... The Link Union had provided its services in numerous locations around the university but 1980-82 Union House (Building 8) was built ... It was opened in 1982 by Victorian Premier John Cain and the President of the RMIT Student Union ...

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