Departments

Department for Teaching

The Department of Teacher Education deals with all matters concerning student teachers and represents them in discussions with representatives of the Institute of Education. Contact: Mail: referent-lehramt@stuvus.uni-stuttgart.de   Our spokespeople: Fabian Oheim stellv. Referent für Lehramt Anja Haas Referentin für Lehramt

Department for Studies and Teaching and Academic Student Council

Academic Student Council The Academic Student Council (ASR) is the link between the senate of our university and the stuvus, as it is composed of the student senate members and deputies, among others. The ASR's tasks include: all matters concerning teaching and the formal aspects of studying (e.g. examination regulations, examination dates, teaching award...) the [...]

Department for Sustainability

The goal and task of the stuvus Department for Sustainability is to create a greater awareness for sustainability within the student body and to make student representation activities more environmentally friendly. For this purpose, we cooperate with other units, subject groups, working groups, student university groups as well as with organs of the university. We [...]

Department for Campus Infrastructure

The Department for Campus Infrastructure - as the name already suggests - takes care of all student concerns that affect the infrastructure on campus. In concrete terms, this means, for example, the expansion of student workrooms and study spaces, equipping them and the seminar rooms with power outlets, as well as improving W-LAN reception on [...]

Department for Gender Equality, Diversity and Social Affairs

Stress? Problems? Help? Then the Department for Equality, Diversity and Social Affairs is the right place for you! No matter what concerns you have, we try to help you "from student to student". Problems of any kind will always find an open ear and will be treated confidentially. Our main topics are as follows: Equality [...]

Department for Networking

The stuvus' Department for Networking is primarily concerned with the task of strengthening networking and exchange within the student body and between different universities. At the same time, we also represent our student body within the State Students' Council. This includes various projects and working groups within the University of Stuttgart, as well as participation [...]

Department for Culture

The Department of Culture is responsible for promoting culture at the University of Stuttgart. In doing so, we want to bring interesting and varied cultural offerings closer to the students. As part of our work, we want to promote student music groups, organise excursions to local museums and also organise events at the university to [...]

Department for Events

The Events Unit is the platform where events can be organised within and with the help of the stuvus. On the one hand, the unit is directly involved in the organisation of events. For example, the AK Ball is part of this, in which the students organise and run a ball. On the other hand, [...]

Department for the Studierendenwerk

The Department for the Studierendenwerk is the interface between stuvus, the students and the Studierendenwerk Stuttgart (SWS). One of our tasks is to be the contact persons for all students and to help them with questions and problems concerning the Studierendenwerk - so if you have questions, problems or ideas about the SWS, just get [...]

Department for IT Support

We—the Department for IT support—maintain the IT infrastructure of stuvus. For support, you can contact support@stuvus.uni-stuttgart.de and for organizational questions you can contact our spokespoerson via referent-it@stuvus.uni-stuttgart.de. Everybody who wants to actively assist us finds a ready welcome. We present an opportunity for you to come to grips with a midsized IT system and gain [...]

Department for Public Relations

The Department for Public Relations is the interface between the student council and the public, both within and outside the university. One of the most important goals is probably to create a public presence in order to pass on the content, developments and changes to the students and to draw attention to any problems that [...]