StuPa – Student Parliament

What is the StuPa?


Submit your candidacy between October 04 - December 13, 2021 (12:00 noon)

The elections for the 10th Student Parliament are just around the corner!

We are looking forward to as many candidates as possible from all degree programs. You are eager to get involved and help shape the future of our university? Then run as a candidate in the Student Parliament Elections! All you have to do is being enroled at HGU and submit your candidacy with the following information:


  1. Who are you? (name, age, degree program, semester)
  2. Describe yourself in three words
  3. Explain why you want to be a member of the Student Parliament in two sentences (motivation, goals, etc.)
  4. One fun fact about you

+ 1 picture

+ signed consent form (below)

Send your candidacy to by December 13, 2021, 12:00 noon

The Student Parliament (StuPa) is the highest panel of the student representation, the decision-making institute of the student body. It decides on all fundamental matters.

As the name suggests, the StuPa represents your interests! Therefore, you can always contact the StuPa, which will gladly take care of your problem, your question or your idea. The StuPa consists of 7 to 15 members and is elected annually in the winter semester. During the semesters, the StuPa meets regularly to listen to and discuss your concerns and those of your fellow students in order to implement or forward them.

The tasks of the StuPa are determined by the regulations of the Hessian Higher Education Act as well as by the statutes of the student body.

Contact: stupa(at)


These are the tasks of the StuPa:
  • Enacting, amending and repealing the statutes and regulations of the student body
  • Enacting and reviewing the AStA (General Student Committee; see Audit Committee)
  • Deciding on the use of the student body's financial resources and adopting the budget
  • Determining the amount of the student body's contributions
  • Determine the purpose of use of surpluses from the annual financial statement
  • Discussing and approving/rejecting budget requests from students
  • Establishment of other committees and election and deselection of their members
  • Organizing its own elections (see Election Committee)
  • Proposal of student representatives for the administrative board of the Student Union
  • Promoting political and civic understanding among students by creating opportunities for them to become involved in university politics and to learn about and exercise their own democratic rights
  • To ensure that university life is free from xenophobia and racism

What is going on

Next meeting

29.06.2021 |  4th meeting of the 9th StuPa at 7:30 P.M. via BBB (link via mail)



Participate: Request

Current topics we are working on


The committee for traffic safety is working on the formation of two zebra crossings on Von-Lade-Street and on Rüdesheimer Street in order to make the road crossing around university safer for students.

Analysis of the survey results

In February we asked you to participate in a survey about the exams. The results will be forwarded accordingly.


The current 9th student parliament


President: Inka Lüdemann
Vice president: Wieland Kaldemeyer

Other members

Andrea Berger
Erik Bremser
Lena Will
Maya Roth
Pauline Frischen