That's us. You have probably attended one of our numerous events including the first-semester introductory days, the Christmas and the summer party. Eight of us are elected members with seats in several university bodies. We discuss current faculty matters in weekly sessions. Our two speakers have a seat in the faculty council, an institution concerned with our examination regulations and module handbooks. Four more members represent you in the student parliament.
Once again you have two votes, both of them can be given to one person.
The Student Parliament
The student senators, four members of each “Fachschaft” as well as 17 members of political university-associated groups assemble in this body - including the green-leftist "Bamberger Grün-Linke Studierendeninitiative" (BAGLS), the independent "Unabhängige Studierendeninitiative" (USI), the social-democratic "Juso-Hochschulgruppe Bamberg" (Jusos), the leftist "Die Linke" (SDS), the conservative group "Ring Christlich-Demokratischer Studenten" (RCDS) and the liberal group "Liberale Hochschulgruppe" (LHG). A total of 35 members discuss current university matters and publish statements.
For the student parliament members you vote directly, you have seventeen votes. A maximum of three votes can be given to one person.