Many people can probably relate to the fact that as a new student there is a lot to get used to and settle in. For many, it is the first time they are living away from their family. Some move into a dormitory, while others move into collectives with friends or completely random students in the same situation.
Studies are important, but there is much more to everyday life than just sitting in the reading room, the library or a lecture. We have collected various information that is useful for you. Here you can find information about health services, the Students' Association, the Swedish Welfare Council, the Student Ombudsman, the Student Priest, as well as various student discounts. If you need to give the university feedback, you will also find information and a link to the Si ifra system.
Getting involved in a student organization or line association is something every student should do during their studies. It is an easy way to form new acquaintances and build networks across studies. In addition to learning about specific tasks related to the running of an organisation, you also learn a lot about yourself and working with others.
Organizational everyday life
At the heart of student activities at UiS are the engaged students who run line associations and student organisations. We have collected information that is relevant to organizational life at the university here. The vast majority of the student-run activities at UiS are organized by the students in these associations and organisations.
Information about which organizations exist at UiS is only a small part of the information we have collected in the menu above to make it a little easier for the organizations to find what they need.
For those students who take on a position in a line association or other student organisation, these links may be useful.