The Student Parliament (also known as the Student Convention), or StuPa for short, is the legislative body of the students. It usually consists of 23 members and is the highest body of student representation.
Every year, 16 members from the political university groups are elected to the StuPa in the university elections. In addition, the five student councils each send one representative to the StuPa. The two directly elected student senators are also automatically members. All members are entitled to vote.
The student parliament discusses the concerns of the students. It votes on motions and, if successful, approaches the university management, faculties or other university bodies with its concerns. The motions can contain concrete proposals as well as mere suggestions and guidelines.
|LHG (Liberal Student Group)
RCDS (Christian-Democratic Student Group)
|GHG (Green Student Group)
|Clara Sophie Faulstich
Juso-HSG (Social Democratic Student Group)
|Student representatives of the Faculty of Humanities and Cultural Studies (GeKu)
|Student representatives of the Faculty of Social Sciences and Education (SoBi)
|Student representatives of the Faculty of Business Administration and Economics (WIWI)
|Student representatives of the Faculty of Informatics and Mathematics
|Student representatives of the Faculty of Law
Contact for all matters concerning the StuPa: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Chairman of the StuPa
|Deputy Chairwoman of the StuPa
Minutes are kept of every meeting of the Student Parliament. You can find the minutes (in German) on the website version in German. For a translation of the minutes, please contact the Presidium.
Also on the German website you can find an archive of motions.
Would you like to submit a motion to the student parliament? Then you can use the template on the German website.
The StuPa's rules of procedure regulate the normal course of business. For example, regulations on meetings, elections and representatives are set out here. On the German website you can find the latest version. For a translation please contact the StuPa Presidium.