Student Council of the University of Stuttgart
Haus der Studierenden
Administration: Monika Rupp, Katrin Fauss
Phone 0711/685 – 83055
Fax 0711/685 – 51051
Office hours: Monday-Friday 9-11 a.m., Monday-Thursday 2-4 p.m.
On Tuesdays on the Campus Stadtmitte: Zentrales Fachschaftsbüro, Keplerstraße 17
Chair of the Board: Matthias Ehrhardt
Substitution: Christopher Behrmann
Finance officer: Charlotta Wallentin
Speaker for Public Relations: Mail
Speaker for IT Supervision: Mail
Speaker for Culture: Mail
Speaker for Events: Mail
Speaker for Mobility: Mail
Speaker for Networking: Mail
Speaker for Studierendenwerk: Mail
Speaker for Equality, Diversity & Social Affairs: Mail
Speaker for Campus Infrastructure: Mail
Speaker for Sustainability: Mail
Speaker for Studies and Teaching: Mail
President: Sebastian Dallinger
Vice President: Marco Raible
Chair of the Budget Committee: Fridolin Kutterer
Chairs of the Committee on the Articles of Association and Rules of Procedure: Marco Raible
Studierendenvertetung Universität Stuttgart
+49 711 685 83055
The Student Representation of the Universität Stuttgart is a public corporation.
It is legally represented by Matthias Ehrhardt, chairman of the board.
Sales tax identification number:
according to §27 a sales tax law: DE 303949532
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After 48 hours request ids are salted in a way that makes it impossible to restore the original IP address.
The User Agent is stored as well.
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When one of our pages is accessed, the following data is collected:
- two bytes of the IP address of the user's calling system (anonymous)
- the web page called up
- the website from which the user accessed the accessed website (referrer)
- the subpages accessed from the accessed web page
- the time spent on the website
- the frequency with which the website is accessed
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