The Student Government (StuKo) can provide student interest groups with infrastructural and logistic support. Furthermore, the StuKo will accept legal sponsorship and liability for the events. All contracts are subject to the StuKo's prior approval before closure. To establish a student interest group, the group must be comprised of at least five students and have the potential for existing on a long-term basis. Furthermore, its events and volunteer work must focus on supporting student life and student culture. In some cases, the StuKo can also provide groups with financial support. To receive funding, a group must first submit a funding application with a cost and finance plan, and at the end of the semester submit a report on the work that was completed. Such reports should be published in micro – Platform for Student Interest Groups. 

Student Interest Groups

  •  Kontor – The alternative to Rewe
  •  StuKo Audiopiazza – the Student Government Podcast page
  •  st.ift – Distributor of drawing and modelling supplies with the motto »Useful Goods at a Fair Price«
  •  port – the cross-faculty journal for projects and works by students
  •  s140 – perhaps the cosiest place to enjoy coffee at the university
  •  subsignal – Free software use and development
  •  weimarnetz – the city-wide intranet
  •  pingfm – An experimental webcast group
  •  Spacekidheadcup – Go-cart races for the most courageous and creative people in Weimar
  •  micro – the independent publication about the StuKo
  •  Projektgruppe Lichtenburg – Reassessment of German history
  •  bauhaus.FM – Now here's something to listen to
  •  Fahrradwerkstatt – Pimp up your bike
  •  Salon Konetzny – A political and cultural forum
  •  horizonte – Lectures and discourses on broadening horizons
  •  101 – The joy of illustrating
  •  m hoch x  – better counselling for foreign students
  •  Foreign Student Association – an organization for all international students
  •  KulturTragWerk e.V. – Association to promote cultural life in Weimar