What do we do?
The budget committee is a permanent committee and is responsible for checking the grant applications that are sent to the StuRa. The budget committee consists of up to seven members that are elected by the plenum. The financial officer is the committee’s chairperson.
The budget committee meets every two weeks, alternating with the plenary session. As a general principle, the applicants are invited to the meetings.
Current members of the budget committee:
- Lennart Staab
- Anne Recht
- Hans-Christoph Thiele
- Judith Schreier
- Manuel Scheub
- Victoria Most
- Kai Schneider
- Felix Ramberg (advisory member)
There are different applications for project funding and trip grants, and for applying for working group status. You can download the forms or pick them up at the StuRa office.
The application must be submitted to the Finance Unit and will be given a receipt stamp. It is important to submit the application before you make any expense payments. You will then be invited to present your project to the budget committee. The budget committee gives the plenum a recommendation, as it is the plenum that makes the final decision on your grant application. As a rule, the plenum follows the budget committee’s recommendation, but of course, there are sometimes exceptions.
According to § 3 (6) of the Statutes of the Student_innenrat, any student can form a working group together with other members of the student body. To be acknowledged as a StuRa working group, you must submit the corresponding application to the Finance Unit. You can apply for basic financial support (as a rule 50-100 Euro), as well as for 5% of the total funding available to working groups for each project you realise (see project funding application). In the year 2014, this was 4,000 Euro in total, i.e. 200 Euro per project. Furthermore, you have the possibility to use the university rooms freely.
Each student and FSR can submit a project grant application. It should be noted that food and drinks should be covered by you, as the StuRa will not bear the costs. The same holds for alcohol. If you want to organise a trip (for first-year students, FSRs meetings at regional state level, etc.), you must also use the project grant application. Please take into account that one third of the cost has to be paid by the person travelling.
Current information on the applications
|Kunstverein gegenwart e. V.||Presentation required (HHA)||max. 500 € (zweckgebunden Reise- und Transportkosten anteilig)|
|Junge Europäische Föderalist_innen||Presentation required (HHA)||GU 50|
|AIESEC||Presentation required (HHA)||keine GU|
|feministisches Thaiboxcamp||Confirmed by the plenum||max. 500 €|
|FSR Physik und Meteorologie Sommerfest||Presentation required (HHA)||max. 630€|
|FSR Kunstgeschichte FSR Fahrt||Presentation required (HHA)||max. 220€|
|FSR Geowissenschaften Ersitfahrt||Presentation required (HHA)||max. 550 €|
|Verlustausgleich Semesterauftaktsparty NaWi||Presentation required (HHA)||max. 150|
|chor-beau||Presentation required (HHA)||500 (zweckgebunden Grafiker, Chorleitung für 2 Konzerte)|
|FSR Archäologie||Presentation required (HHA)||120 € (zweckgebunden Kauf von zwei Dokus aus NDR Archiv)|