The RMIT Student Union represents and advocates on behalf of the 70,000+ students at RMIT University. RUSU, which is governed by an elected council of 25 students, also provides support to a variety of student clubs, societies and collectives. RUSU operates solely to protect and advance the interests of our members and the general student body, and is a not-for-profit organisation. Your student union is comprised of numerous departments, all of which are governed by student collectives or committees. These collectives are comprised of students, like you, who organise campaigns, put on fun events and support the RMIT student community. To become involved in any of the departments or to find out more, please contact the department directly or visit any RUSU information counter. There's so much going on, so why not be a part of it?