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Dear students, this year’s university elections have finally begun. They will take place online or by applying for a postal vote (no longer possible) and will run from 10 to 27 June 2024, ending at 4 pm. hier weiterlesen

All JLU students now have access to the newly introduced group legal protection insurance and the associated legal advice provided by the AStA. The following legal areas are covered by the advice and insurance: tenancy law, contract law, property law, university law. The semester fee automatically includes €2 per semester for this AStA service, which each student pays automatically. In order to contact the assigned LVM insurance company to take advantage of insurance & counselling, you only need to verify yourself as a student on the university website. All information on our website! hier weiterlesen

The lecture-free period is drawing to a close again and with the new summer semester, the AStA semester kick-off party is coming up again. The motto on 20th April is “The university stays colourful!” and just like last year for Halloween, the party will take place in Lecture Hall 5 of the Law and Economics Campus, Licher Str. 68. You can expect great music from the collective “Nackt & Nebel”, an airbrush tattoo station, a beer pong tournament, a photo box and much more! hier weiterlesen

Hilfskräfte aufgepasst: Das Programm in Gießen zur hessenweiten TVStud-Aktionswoche!

Mit den Beschlüssen der GEW- und ver.di-Tarifkommissionen zur kommenden Tarifrunde öffentlicher Dienst in Hessen (TV-H) steht fest: Die Gewerkschaften machen die Tarifierung der Arbeitsbedingungen von studentischen Hilfskräften zum Bestandteil der Verhandlungen in der Tarifrunde des Landes Hessen. Die Tarifkommissionen haben mit ihren Beschlüssen u.a. in den Bereichen Lohn, Urlaub und Vertragslaufzeiten festgelegt, wie eine Aufnahme von studentischen Beschäftigten in den TV-H aussehen soll.  hier weiterlesen

AStA and StuPa of JLU Giessen demand: Stop the KfW debt trap for students!

The interest rate increase by the KfW Bank represents an unbearable burden for students and increases social inequality: Studying must not be a question of social background! Due to the unplanned changes to the interest rate of the student loan, which are accompanied by a sharp increase in interest rates in general, students from different social backgrounds are starting their careers with high levels of debt. Despite the theoretical possibility of paying off interest on a monthly basis, this option is not feasible for many students. As a result, students inevitably fall into the debt trap. hier weiterlesen