The Stu­dent Coun­cil of Heil­bronn University

Uni­ver­si­ty-wide the Gen­er­al Stu­dent Com­mit­tee (AStA).

The Gen­er­al Stu­dent Com­mit­tee (AStA) is the exec­u­tive body of the stu­dent body at the uni­ver­si­ty and is respon­si­ble for exter­nal rep­re­sen­ta­tion. It rep­re­sents the stu­dent “gov­ern­ment” or the actu­al stu­dent rep­re­sen­ta­tion in the nar­row­er sense.

The AStA is elect­ed by the stu­dent par­lia­ment and con­sists of a chair­per­son and a num­ber of units for dif­fer­ent areas of responsibility.

AStA meet­ings and minutes

The AStA holds reg­u­lar meet­ings in which the respec­tive units report on the cur­rent sta­tus of their projects and oth­er impor­tant top­ics are addressed or discussed.

The pro­to­cols are stored on an inter­nal page exclu­sive­ly for enrolled stu­dents. View­ing is pos­si­ble after suc­cess­ful login. Pass­ing on the doc­u­ments is prohibited.

The areas and tasks of the AStA

Josias judge
Umut Mehmet Eke (Deputy)

The Stu­dent Pres­i­dent is the chair­per­son of the Gen­er­al Stu­dent Com­mit­tee (AStA) and thus the high­est exec­u­tive body of the stu­dent body.

He/she is elect­ed by the stu­dent par­lia­ment usu­al­ly for one year.

The tasks of the pres­i­dent are very diverse and extensive:

  • Con­ven­ing and chair­ing the AStA meetings
  • Coor­di­na­tion and sup­port of the AStA depart­ments as well as the stu­dent rep­re­sen­ta­tive chair­per­sons at the location
  • Per­son­nel respon­si­bil­i­ty for the per­ma­nent employ­ees of the stu­dent body
  • Rep­re­sen­ta­tion of the stu­dent body inter­nal­ly and externally
  • Com­mu­ni­cate and col­lab­o­rate and attend meet­ings and appoint­ments with uni­ver­si­ty leadership
  • Mon­i­tor­ing the imple­men­ta­tion of the res­o­lu­tions of the stu­dent parliament
  • Cen­tral con­tact per­son for the stu­dent body for both stu­dents and the university
  • Rep­re­sen­ta­tion of the stu­dents’ inter­ests towards the university

If you want to know more about the office of the pres­i­dent, just write a short mail with your questions.

Daniel Heisen
Hen­rik Bruch­mann (Deputy)

Mon­ey, mon­ey, mon­ey… that’s what the Finance Unit is all about.

One of our tasks is the prepa­ra­tion of the bud­get. This is where the dis­tri­b­u­tion of the mon­ey to the indi­vid­ual units and depart­ments is deter­mined. So we make sure that your €25.00 goes to the right projects: We are respon­si­ble for mak­ing sure that the mon­ey is spent wise­ly and that all stu­dents of the uni­ver­si­ty ben­e­fit from it. Fur­ther­more, we are respon­si­ble for the account­ing of the stu­dent body and are the con­tact per­son for all depart­ments and stu­dent coun­cils in finan­cial matters. 

Do you have any ques­tions or want to join the finance depart­ment, just drop us a mail.

The bud­gets are stored on an inter­nal page exclu­sive­ly for enrolled stu­dents. View­ing is pos­si­ble after suc­cess­ful login. The doc­u­ments may not be passed on to third parties.

Emi­ly Poli­tows­ki
Sarah Lenhard (Deputy)

Con­nect­ing Stu­dents from all over the world.

In order to make it eas­i­er and more enjoy­able for our inter­na­tion­al stu­dents to set­tle in and stay in Heil­bronn or at our uni­ver­si­ty, one of our tasks is to con­nect them with our stu­dents. The goal is to form an inter­face to pro­mote inter­cul­tur­al exchange at the university.

We look for­ward to wel­com­ing you back in per­son at our sched­uled events after the Coro­na break. 

If you have any ideas or sug­ges­tions or would like to become a part of our team, feel free to con­tact us by email.

Janik Scher­er
Philipp Her­da (Deputy)

The IT depart­ment is respon­si­ble for the IT infra­struc­ture. It is the con­tact for all mat­ters con­cern­ing com­put­ers and the acqui­si­tion of soft­ware and hard­ware for the stu­dent body. This depart­ment works most­ly inter­nal­ly in the VS.

The main com­po­nent of this unit is the Microsoft 365 platform.

So if YOU want to take on new chal­lenges to mas­ter this plat­form or already have expe­ri­ence with Azure, Exchange and co, then you are in the right place. Just write us a short mail with your ques­tions, sug­ges­tions or concerns.

Nina Bas­t­ian
Meli­na Wiest (Deputy)

Helpers: Chris­tine Birn­baum, Vanes­sa Neudeck, Celine Lauer, Nina Laut­en­bach­er, and Anna Lenhoff

Our unit stands for fun, joy and good humor!

We plan var­i­ous excur­sions for the entire uni­ver­si­ty for the stu­dents and have a lot of fun and a lot of laughs on the trips. The focus here — as the name sug­gests — is on sports and cul­ture. We vary from semes­ter to semes­ter with our excur­sion des­ti­na­tions, so there is some­thing for every­one. Espe­cial­ly for incom­ing stu­dents, these excur­sions are a great way to make new con­tacts and get to know stu­dent life from a dif­fer­ent perspective.

At AStA and stu­dent par­lia­ment meet­ings, we report on the cur­rent sit­u­a­tion and upcom­ing events. For us it is impor­tant that the stu­dents also have a say in which excur­sions are planned. For this pur­pose, reg­u­lar polls are con­duct­ed so that every vote counts.

Since Heil­bronn Uni­ver­si­ty has many cam­pus­es, it is impor­tant to us to ensure that all stu­dents at Heil­bronn Uni­ver­si­ty, inde­pen­dent of the loca­tion, have the oppor­tu­ni­ty to par­tic­i­pate in our rides.

The excur­sions nat­u­ral­ly adapt to the sea­sons and offer stu­dents the chance to meet new peo­ple in the con­text of an excursion.

Pop­u­lar trips include a musi­cal out­ing, a trip to an amuse­ment park, a trip to the Stuttgart Spring Fes­ti­val, a trip to the musi­cal, or in the win­ter, a trip to the Christ­mas mar­ket in Stras­bourg. A pub crawl is also offered each semester.

In Coro­na times, the out­ing options have changed some­what. For exam­ple, online activ­i­ties such as a vir­tu­al fresh­man brunch, online Escape Room, cook­ing events, or an eSports tour­na­ment are increas­ing­ly offered.

The activ­i­ties in the win­ter semes­ter 2021/2022 are based on the fed­er­al reg­u­la­tions for the pur­pose of the pan­dem­ic. Cur­rent­ly (as of Octo­ber 2021), events will be held in atten­dance, in com­pli­ance with the 2G/3G rule. All cur­rent infor­ma­tion will be updat­ed reg­u­lar­ly by us on the site.

You are wel­come to send us your ideas, crit­i­cism and praise by mail at any time.

Bar­bara Thiele 

Jamie Wiel­ing (Deputy)

First and fore­most, we relieve and sup­port the employ­ee in mar­ket­ing and com­mu­ni­ca­tion by, for exam­ple, tak­ing over parts of the social media tasks.

In addi­tion, we take care of larg­er mar­ket­ing projects that require more time, such as cre­at­ing a new fly­er, etc.

Anoth­er area of respon­si­bil­i­ty is to take care of the appear­ance of the AStA at events, such as the fresh­man wel­come, gen­er­al meet­ing, etc..

If you have any sug­ges­tions, ideas or crit­i­cism for us, just send us an email.

Alisha Wood­son
Tim Klett (Deputy)

The depart­ment for pol­i­tics, also called the exter­nal depart­ment, takes care of the con­cerns of the stu­dent body at the state polit­i­cal lev­el. The head of the depart­ment is on site and rep­re­sents the stu­dent body of Heil­bronn Uni­ver­si­ty in cur­rent issues of the stu­dent body in the state par­lia­ment as well as in dis­cus­sions with the Min­is­ter of Sci­ence, Research and the Arts.

If you have any sug­ges­tions, ideas or crit­i­cism for us, just send us an email. 

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unoc­cu­pied (deputy)

In the past, the Press Depart­ment took care of ver­bronxt. and makes sure that you were always kept up to date on every­thing impor­tant and unim­por­tant that was hap­pen­ing at AStA, at the uni­ver­si­ty and in our Bronx.

How­ev­er, the press office will be relaunched. The new focus is in area suc­cess sto­ries and research from your fel­low HHN stu­dents, staff and fac­ul­ty. You will uncov­er these sto­ries, inter­view those involved, and derive press releas­es from your notes. 

In addi­tion, you build a LinkedIN chan­nel on which you then pub­lish the suc­cess sto­ries and research of your fel­low stu­dents. Besides LinkedIN, a pod­cast is also con­ceiv­able, in which you can con­duct real interviews.

In addi­tion, you will sup­port the Exec­u­tive Board in gen­er­al press rela­tions. This means that you will work togeth­er on inter­view requests from exter­nal and inter­nal sources.

At AStA events you are also at the start and col­lect raw mate­r­i­al for mar­ket­ing (pic­ture and video record­ings). If nec­es­sary, you can also write a press release for the event.

You work close­ly with the mar­ket­ing depart­ment of the AStA and coor­di­nate your edi­to­r­i­al plan with them. Except for the coor­di­na­tion of the top­ics, you have a free hand and can give free rein to your creativity.

Your goal is to show HHN stu­dents what’s going on at HHN and inspire them through suc­cess stories.

If you have any sug­ges­tions, ideas or crit­i­cism for us, just send us an email.

Cur­rent issue ver­bronxt.

Old­er issues ver­bronxt.

Chan­tal Hap­pi
Laris­sa Albinsky (Deputy)

On the one hand, the unit deals with top­ics relat­ed to equal oppor­tu­ni­ties and diver­si­ty and works close­ly with the Sen­ate Com­mit­tee for Equal­i­ty and Diver­si­ty and the university’s Equal Oppor­tu­ni­ty Offi­cer to this end.

The unit plans projects for the LGBTQIA+ com­mu­ni­ty and is the con­tact per­son on the stu­dent side. The orga­ni­za­tion of events on the social lev­el also fall with­in the scope of activ­i­ties, such as the orga­ni­za­tion of a blood dona­tion cam­paign or a DKMS reg­is­tra­tion campaign. 

The offi­cer is also respon­si­ble for the area of stu­dent ser­vices. The tasks include tak­ing up the inter­ests of the stu­dents in mat­ters of dor­mi­to­ries, cater­ing sit­u­a­tion (i.e. refec­to­ry, cafe­te­ria and vend­ing machines), coun­sel­ing ser­vices and the like.

The depart­ment meets reg­u­lar­ly with the Hei­del­berg Stu­dent Union Board of Direc­tors and the respec­tive depart­ment heads in order to achieve the best for Heil­bronn Uni­ver­si­ty and its students.

In addi­tion, the head of the unit must attend the Admin­is­tra­tive Board meet­ings of the Stu­dent Union and also present the results of the work in the unit to the AStA.

Due to the spe­cial con­struct of Heil­bronn Uni­ver­si­ty, it has proven use­ful to also hold the meet­ings at the var­i­ous cam­pus­es in order to also make direct inspec­tions of prob­lem­at­ic areas with the Studieren­den­werk here and to cre­ate a larg­er mouth­piece through the stu­dent coun­cils, since they usu­al­ly have more direct con­tact with the respec­tive stu­dents of the campuses.

So if some­thing both­ers you, there is some­thing that can be done bet­ter, just write us a short mail and we try to imple­ment your wish­es and suggestions.

At the respec­tive loca­tion, the stu­dent coun­cil (StuV)

The stu­dent rep­re­sen­ta­tive chair­per­sons (StuV chair­per­sons) rep­re­sent the stu­dent pres­i­dent at the cam­pus­es of the uni­ver­si­ty. Each uni­ver­si­ty loca­tion (Heil­bronn, Künzel­sau and Schwäbisch Hall) has its own stu­dent rep­re­sen­ta­tion. As the name sug­gests, it rep­re­sents the inter­ests of all stu­dents at the respec­tive location.

This is done through the var­i­ous units of each loca­tion. It is in con­stant exchange with the stu­dent coun­cils and the stu­dent asso­ci­a­tions and orga­nizes, among oth­er things, larg­er events for the loca­tion with them. It also takes care of the recre­ation­al pro­gram (such as sports, uni­ver­si­ty band, stu­dent ini­tia­tives, etc.) and ensures that res­o­lu­tions of the stu­dent par­lia­ment are imple­ment­ed at the site.

The areas and tasks of the StuV

Tom Kraus
Luca Marie Wein­mann (Deputy)

  • Con­tact per­son for stu­dents, depart­ment heads, uni­ver­si­ty employ­ees and pro­fes­sorsCon­tact per­son in the AStA
  • Main­tain con­tact with the dean’s office and the cam­pus admin­is­tra­tive director
  • Con­ven­ing, chair­ing and con­duct­ing the month­ly StuV meetings.
  • Coor­di­na­tion and imple­men­ta­tion of Stu­Pa, AStA as well as StuV resolutions
  • Sup­port for the heads of unit
  • Assem­bly planning
  • Search for new StuV members

Anni­ka Vara­di
Ana Kore­li (Deputy)

The Inter­na­tion­al Office takes care of the needs of the Inter­na­tion­al Stu­dents and Incom­ings. Every semes­ter, the Inter­na­tion­al Office orga­nizes cul­tur­al and inter­cul­tur­al events and intro­duc­to­ry events for the inter­na­tion­al stu­dents such as the Wel­come Brunch, Tan­dem Café, Secret San­ta, game nights or more, so that the inter­na­tion­als and incom­ings can get clos­er to each oth­er and, ide­al­ly, get in touch with Ger­man students.

Excur­sions are also planned and car­ried out by the Inter­na­tion­al Depart­ment. The focus is always on help­ing inter­na­tion­als and incom­ing stu­dents to inte­grate into their new envi­ron­ment. The Inter­na­tion­al Office is also always avail­able to answer gen­er­al ques­tions about cam­pus life.

If you have any ques­tions or sug­ges­tions, you can con­tact us by mail.

Vanes­sa Vieth

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The Depart­ment of Sports is respon­si­ble for the con­tin­u­a­tion and expan­sion of uni­ver­si­ty sports across all loca­tions. For this pur­pose, it is par­tic­u­lar­ly impor­tant to involve those respon­si­ble for the indi­vid­ual sports pro­grams in order to bring about changes togeth­er with them and to make them trans­par­ent and usable for all students.

In par­tic­u­lar, new sea­son­al sports offers are to be intro­duced in the future. For this pur­pose, new con­tacts must be made, as well as new coop­er­a­tions entered into, in order to obtain the best pos­si­ble con­di­tions for the students.

Feel free to email us with any ques­tions or suggestions.

Mar­vin Kaletta 

The bus is always late or too full?
Switch­ing to the train just nev­er fits in time?
You have ques­tions about the semes­ter tick­ets?
You have an idea how it would be bet­ter in bus and train?

Then we are the right con­tact per­sons for you!

We help you with all issues con­cern­ing bus and train. We com­mu­ni­cate your con­cerns and needs to the politi­cians, to the trans­port com­pa­nies and to the Heil­bron­ner Verkehrsver­bund (HNV), with whom we are in direct con­tact, and rep­re­sent our inter­ests as students.

We sell the HNV semes­ter tick­et at the Heil­bronn cam­pus at the begin­ning of each semester.

We are active­ly involved in improv­ing the pub­lic trans­port con­nec­tion of the Bil­dungscam­pus and the Son­theim cam­pus. In par­tic­u­lar, we would like to change the poor acces­si­bil­i­ty of the Bil­dungscam­pus from Son­theim and from the main train sta­tion and are in con­tact with those respon­si­ble. In par­tic­u­lar, we would like to see a sig­nif­i­cant improve­ment in the bus ser­vice and reg­u­lar stops for all region­al trains at the Heil­bronn-Sülmer­tor stop (which is right next to the Bil­dungscam­pus!). We are also keep­ing a close eye on the tight park­ing sit­u­a­tion at Bildungscampus.

Due to the Coro­na pan­dem­ic, our work has unfor­tu­nate­ly also been restrict­ed. Because: In online semes­ters and with­out face-to-face teach­ing, there are also no stu­dents who might have prob­lems with bus, train or park­ing. How­ev­er, since pub­lic trans­port is always planned for the long term, our work con­tin­ues with ana­lyz­ing the plans and rep­re­sent­ing stu­dent needs to them.

For our work in the unit, we are there­fore still look­ing for stu­dents who have a desire for inter­est work, exchange and net­work­ing in the pub­lic trans­port sector.

Lukas Öch­sner
Niklas Axtmann (Deputy)

  • Con­tact per­son for stu­dents, depart­ment heads, uni­ver­si­ty employ­ees and pro­fes­sorsCon­tact per­son in the AStA
  • Main­tain con­tact with the dean’s office and the cam­pus admin­is­tra­tive director
  • Con­ven­ing, chair­ing and con­duct­ing the month­ly StuV meetings.
  • Coor­di­na­tion and imple­men­ta­tion of Stu­Pa, AStA as well as StuV resolutions
  • Sup­port for the heads of unit
  • Assem­bly planning
  • Search for new StuV members

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unoc­cu­pied (deputy)

Gen­er­al Duties: Respon­si­ble for the finances of the stu­dent coun­cil at the Künzel­sau cam­pus. Con­trol and approval of expen­di­ture requests, imple­men­ta­tion of finan­cial train­ings, prepa­ra­tion of the bud­get and account­ing, con­tact per­son for the stu­dent coun­cil in finan­cial matters.

Feel free to email us with any ques­tions or suggestions. 

Mar­ius Walter

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Gen­er­al Duties: We take care that the EDP runs at the AStA at the Cam­pus Künzelsau.

Feel free to email us with any ques­tions or suggestions. 

Jen Gair­ing
Jan Grimm (Deputy)

Gen­er­al Duties: Orga­ni­za­tion and imple­men­ta­tion of events in the “cul­tur­al” field.

Cur­rent projects: Kiau cooks, stu­dent day at the Christ­mas mar­ket, Art­Night, movie night, cook­ing class,…

If you have any ques­tions, fur­ther ideas or sug­ges­tions, please con­tact us by mail.

Cather­ine Nick

Christin Beck (Deputy)

Gen­er­al Duties: Sup­port­ing the units through com­mu­ni­ca­tion tools (Insta­gram, posters,…) and plan­ning projects.

Feel free to email us with any ques­tions or suggestions. 

Shayan Abdul­lah
Louisa Löw­er (Deputy)

Gen­er­al Duties: Make the cam­pus itself more sus­tain­able (through projects such as: Water dis­penser, raised bed, bike racks, hitch­hik­ing, paper col­lec­tors, etc.); raise aware­ness for glob­al, social and espe­cial­ly envi­ron­men­tal issues among stu­dents (through actions such as film night, blood dona­tion, work­shops, cloth­ing flea mar­ket, etc.).

Cur­rent projects: Christ­mas pack­age con­voy, cup return sta­tions, night flea mar­ket, blood dona­tion, movie night, workshop.

Feel free to email us with any ques­tions or suggestions. 

Sören Volk
Celine Stich (Deputy)

Gen­er­al Duties: Uni­ver­si­ty Sports Offer

Cur­rent projects: Uni­ver­si­ty sports after­noon and sports outing

More info: There are two sports coop­er­a­tions with TSV Künzel­sau e.V. and TSV Kupferzell e.V.. Here, stu­dents have the oppor­tu­ni­ty to obtain a dis­count­ed mem­ber­ship and can thus take advan­tage of the full range of offers.


How­ev­er, free stu­dent sports activ­i­ties such as soc­cer, vol­ley­ball, car­dio fit­ness and a run­ning club are also offered. Here, stu­dents from the Künzel­sau cam­pus meet and thus not only com­bine sports and fun, but also have the oppor­tu­ni­ty to social­ize.
All sports are super­vised by exer­cise instruc­tors, which ensures a lot of variety.

Feel free to email us with any ques­tions or suggestions.

Josias judge
David Niewelt (Deputy)

  • Con­tact per­son for stu­dents, depart­ment heads, uni­ver­si­ty employ­ees and pro­fes­sorsCon­tact per­son in the AStA
  • Main­tain con­tact with the dean’s office and the cam­pus admin­is­tra­tive director
  • Con­ven­ing, chair­ing and con­duct­ing the month­ly StuV meetings.
  • Coor­di­na­tion and imple­men­ta­tion of Stu­Pa, AStA as well as StuV resolutions
  • Sup­port for the heads of unit
  • Assem­bly planning
  • Search for new StuV members

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unoc­cu­pied (deputy)

Are you study­ing FAT or are you a num­ber crunch­er? Then the finance depart­ment is the right place for you.

Want to get some lead­er­ship experience?

Become a unit leader! As a unit man­ag­er you lead a small team of helpers and have an overview of all events.
You are the con­tact per­son for the oth­er units and enti­tled to vote in StuV meetings.

Of course, your vol­un­teer activ­i­ties will be cer­ti­fied for your resume, so it will not only help you dur­ing your stu­dent life, but also afterwards.

Your duties will include:

  • Reg­is­tra­tion for issues
  • Edit dis­burse­ment requests
  • Have overview of the assigned budget
  • Co-man­ages qual­i­ty assur­ance funds (QSM)
  • To rep­re­sent your opin­ion in month­ly StuV meetings

Feel free to email us with any ques­tions or suggestions. 

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unoc­cu­pied (deputy)

Are you bored with stu­dent life in Schwäbisch Hall? You want to have more par­ties and oth­er events?

Then sup­port us in the StuV depart­ment of cul­ture and events and shape stu­dent life the way you like it.

Orga­nize events such as the semes­ter open­ing par­ty, the Christ­mas par­ty, the fresh­man brunch, or start new events that will become a cam­pus tra­di­tion. Of course, events are not lim­it­ed to cam­pus, but can take place off cam­pus as well. Take trips such as to the Wasen or to a Christ­mas market.

Want to get some lead­er­ship experience?

Become a unit leader! As a unit man­ag­er you lead a small team of helpers and have an overview of all events.
You are the con­tact per­son for the oth­er units and enti­tled to vote in StuV meetings.

Of course, your vol­un­teer activ­i­ties will be cer­ti­fied for your resume, so it will not only help you dur­ing your stu­dent life, but also afterwards.

Your duties will include:

  • Orga­nize events, e.g. semes­ter open­ing par­ty, Christ­mas par­ty, fresh­man brunch, …
  • Exit plan­ning
  • Main­tain con­tact with the oth­er units
  • Forward/enter infor­ma­tion from events
  • Dis­cuss financ­ing of the events with the finance department
  • To rep­re­sent your opin­ion in month­ly StuV meetings

If you have any ques­tions, fur­ther ideas or sug­ges­tions, please con­tact us by mail.

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Do you like being in touch with oth­ers, whether it’s through Insta­gram, Face­book, Yam­mer or oth­er social networks?


You want to get to know new fel­low stu­dents and use your skills for the StuV?


Then sup­port us in the mar­ket­ing depart­ment. For exam­ple, in the design of fly­ers or in the cre­ation of new con­tent for the social media channels.

There are no lim­its to your cre­ativ­i­ty. Your only goal is to increase the reach with­in the stu­dent body.

Want to get some lead­er­ship experience?

Become a unit leader! As a unit man­ag­er you lead a small team of helpers and have an overview of all events.


You are the con­tact per­son for the oth­er units and enti­tled to vote in StuV meetings.

Of course, your vol­un­teer activ­i­ties will be cer­ti­fied for your resume, so it will not only help you dur­ing your stu­dent life, but also afterwards.

Your duties will include:

  • Man­age social media chan­nels (Face­book, Insta­gram, Yammer).
  • Design fly­er
  • Send infor­ma­tion of events, rides, etc. to the newslet­ter and pub­lish on the website.
  • Com­mu­ni­cate close­ly with oth­er unit mem­bers, espe­cial­ly the Cul­ture and Events Unit.
  • To rep­re­sent your opin­ion in month­ly StuV meetings

In short, you are the mouth­piece to the students.

If you have any ques­tions, fur­ther ideas or sug­ges­tions, please con­tact us by mail. 

unoc­cu­pied
unoc­cu­pied (deputy)

It’s impor­tant to you to live a sus­tain­able lifestyle and do some­thing good for oth­ers at the same time?

The Depart­ment of Sus­tain­abil­i­ty and Equal­i­ty plans var­i­ous events such as cloth­ing swap par­ties or blood dona­tion cam­paigns. In addi­tion, the depart­ment is the con­tact for social issues with­in the StuV, towards cam­pus staff, pro­fes­sors and lecturers.

Want to get some lead­er­ship experience?

Become a unit leader! As a unit man­ag­er you lead a small team of helpers and have an overview of all events.


You are the con­tact per­son for the oth­er units and enti­tled to vote in StuV meetings.

Of course, your vol­un­teer activ­i­ties will be cer­ti­fied for your resume, so it will not only help you dur­ing your stu­dent life, but also afterwards.

Your duties will include:

  • Plan­ning of theme-relat­ed events
  • Pro­mot­ing a sus­tain­able campus
  • Find new approach­es and guide imple­men­ta­tion with cam­pus staff
  • Rep­re­sen­ta­tion of the social aspects
  • Con­tact per­son for social issues
  • To rep­re­sent your opin­ion in month­ly StuV meetings

Feel free to email us with any ques­tions or suggestions. 

unoc­cu­pied
unoc­cu­pied (deputy)

You like sports, whether it’s soc­cer, hand­ball, vol­ley­ball or weight train­ing. Your mot­to is “The main thing is movement”?

In coop­er­a­tion with our employ­ee we design the sports pro­gram on campus.

Want to get some lead­er­ship experience?

Become a unit leader! As a unit man­ag­er you lead a small team of helpers and have an overview of all events.


You are the con­tact per­son for the oth­er units and enti­tled to vote in StuV meetings.

Of course, your vol­un­teer activ­i­ties will be cer­ti­fied for your resume, so it will not only help you dur­ing your stu­dent life, but also afterwards.

Your duties will include:

  • Orga­ni­za­tion of sports tournaments
  • Design of the sports program
  • Ide­al­ly a train­er of a sports course (e.g. soc­cer or volleyball)
  • Search for addi­tion­al exer­cise instructors
  • Main­tain con­tact with the oth­er units
  • In par­tic­u­lar with the mar­ket­ing unit for the pro­mo­tion of the courses
  • To rep­re­sent your opin­ion in month­ly StuV meetings

Feel free to email us with any ques­tions or suggestions.