Selbstverwaltung

Self-administration

Students administrating students

The stu­dent home self-admi­nis­tra­ti­on (HSV for short) is an essen­ti­al ele­ment of the Schol­lheim. Through it, the resi­dents can par­ti­ci­pa­te in the orga­niz­a­ti­on of the Schol­lheim by orga­ni­zing, regu­la­ting, shaping and mana­ging their life tog­e­ther. The HSV is sub­di­vi­ded into units or offices, in which the spea­kers or office bea­rers take on spe­ci­fic tasks (see below).

It is pos­si­ble to par­ti­ci­pa­te in the HSV by taking over a duty (see depart­ments below) or through your own initia­ti­ve. With their com­mit­ment, resi­dents show their com­mu­ni­ty spi­rit and at the same time streng­t­hen their repu­ta­ti­on in the com­mu­ni­ty. In addi­ti­on, (HSV) points can be collec­ted through coope­ra­ti­on, which are nee­ded to move into lar­ger rooms or to app­ly for a resi­dence time exten­si­on. Ulti­mate­ly, per­so­nal invol­ve­ment leads to an incre­a­se in social skills, a qua­li­ty that will bene­fit Schol­lis in every way.

The HSV is most visi­ble in the „Gene­ral Assem­bly (VV)” and „Hall­way Repre­sen­ta­ti­ve Assem­bly (FVV)” mee­tings, each held once a semes­ter. At the VV, the events in the dor­mi­to­ry during the past semes­ter are repor­ted, moti­ons are deba­ted and the spea­kers and offi­cers are rewar­ded. Each resi­dent pre­sent has the right to vote. At the FVV, the new offi­cers for the com­ing semes­ter are elec­ted. Every resi­dent can be nomi­na­ted for a depart­ment, but only the hall spea­kers have the right to vote.

All depart­ments and their respec­ti­ve regu­la­ti­ons can be found here in ger­man („Refe­rats­ord­nung”) .

Departments

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Each semes­ter, the hall­ways appoint a hall­way repre­sen­ta­ti­ve for every 8 hall­way resi­dents that have star­ted. Their task is to repre­sent their hall­ways, to ensu­re that tasks are ful­fil­led and to try to make hall­way life harmonious.

Num­ber of hall­way repre­sen­ta­ti­ve: cur­r­ent­ly 43 in total.

Points: 25

Each semes­ter, each hall­way appoints a laund­ry token ven­dor who purcha­ses laund­ry tokens from the laund­ry depart­ment and resells them (at no pro­fit) to hall­way residents.

Num­ber of washing token ven­dor: cur­r­ent­ly 17 in total.

Points: 12.5

The tutors orga­ni­ze events for the resi­dents, e.g. the Schol­lheim­tag, the Schol­li­fahrt, the sum­mer par­ty, the new­co­mer events and others. This office is held by 4 tutors, 2 of whom are elec­ted each semes­ter for a one-year term.

Num­ber of tutors: 4, of which 2 are elec­ted each semes­ter for a one-year term.

Points: 75

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The dorm repre­sen­ta­ti­ves take over the com­mu­ni­ca­ti­on bet­ween the asso­cia­ti­on and the admi­nis­tra­ti­on on the one hand and the Schol­lis and HSV on the other hand. They are respon­si­ble for the manage­ment of the HSV, accord­in­gly they are the con­ta­ct per­son for all units and are repre­sen­ted at all meetings.

Num­ber of home repre­sen­ta­ti­ves: 2, one of whom is elec­ted every semes­ter for a peri­od of one year.

Points: 75

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Repre­sen­ta­ti­ves repre­sent the resi­dents of the dor­mi­to­ry on the board of the asso­cia­ti­on Stu­den­ten­wohn­heim Geschwis­ter Scholl e.V.. In doing so, they ensu­re that their con­cerns and inte­rests are suf­fi­ci­ent­ly taken into account in the decisi­on-making pro­cess and that the board mem­bers are infor­med about life in the dor­mi­to­ry. Due to the over­lap­ping of the topics, a clo­se coope­ra­ti­on with the dorm repre­sen­ta­ti­ves is a necessa­ry matter.

Num­ber of repre­sen­ta­ti­ves: 2

Points: 50

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As mem­bers of the Admis­si­ons Com­mit­tee, the admis­sio­ners select from among the app­li­cants who will be pla­ced on the wai­t­ing list. For this pur­po­se, they have to read all inco­m­ing app­li­ca­ti­ons every mon­th, eva­lua­te them and dis­cuss them with the other mem­bers in the mon­th­ly mee­tings of the Admis­si­ons Committee.

Num­ber of vol­un­te­ers: 3

Points: 50

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The depu­ties read app­li­ca­ti­ons in case a nor­mal mem­ber of the admis­si­ons com­mit­tee is unab­le to attend.

Num­ber of vol­un­te­ers: 2

Points: 12.5 points per case

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The ven­ding machi­ne vol­un­te­ers ensu­re that all resi­dents can obtain (alco­ho­lic) bever­a­ges from our ven­ding machi­ne. To do this, they have to order the drinks, fill up the ven­ding machi­ne, mana­ge the finan­ces and do the bookkeeping.

Num­ber of vol­un­te­ers: 3

Points: 75

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The bar vol­un­te­ers take care of our bar. They order drinks, mana­ge the finan­ces of the bar and take care of the han­do­ver of the bar. A fourth bar vol­un­teer takes care of the bar’s tech­ni­cal equip­ment (music sys­tem, ligh­t­ing, etc.).

Num­ber of vol­un­te­ers: 3

Points: 75

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The bil­li­ard room vol­un­te­ers lend the key to the bil­li­ard room and orga­ni­ze a bil­li­ard tour­na­ment once a semester.

Num­ber of vol­un­te­ers: 2

Points: 25

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The com­pu­ter con­sul­tant hel­ps resi­dents with ques­ti­ons about their PC, repairs it if pos­si­ble and advi­ses on new purchases.

Num­ber of con­sul­tants: 1

Points: Points per case accord­ing to effort

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The finan­cial vol­un­te­ers take care of the finan­ces of the home self-admi­nis­tra­ti­on by making depo­sits and with­dra­wals, trans­fers, account manage­ment and GEZ (man­da­to­ry fee for public broad­cast in ger­ma­ny) pay­ments. They are nomi­na­ted by the admi­nis­tra­ti­on and hold this office on a long-term basis.

Num­ber of vol­un­te­ers: 2

Points: 75

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The infor­ma­ti­on vol­un­te­ers mana­ge the resi­den­t’s data (tog­e­ther with the room assigning depart­ment), crea­te a mon­th­ly news­let­ter, post noti­ces about the HSV and take minu­tes of VV and FVV meetings.

Num­ber of vol­un­te­ers: 2

Points: 25

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Inte­rior vol­un­te­ers lend keys to a resi­dent sto­rage room, are respon­si­ble for assigning bicy­cle par­king spaces, declut­te­ring the sto­rage room or con­duc­ting a bicy­cle auc­tion each alter­na­te­ly semester.

Num­ber of vol­un­te­ers: 2

Points: 25

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Cul­tu­ral vol­un­te­ers orga­ni­ze cul­tu­ral events or excur­si­ons and help with the orga­niz­a­ti­on of the „Schol­lheim­tag”. The advi­sors are elec­ted alter­na­te­ly for 1 year, so that every semes­ter 1 new advi­sor is elected.

Num­ber of vol­un­te­ers: 2

Points: 25

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Mul­ti­me­dia vol­un­te­ers take care of ren­ting the keys to the media room and orga­ni­ze movie & video game nights.

Num­ber of vol­un­te­ers: 2

Points: 25

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Sus­taina­bi­li­ty vol­un­te­ers pro­vi­de infor­ma­ti­on in the dorm about ways to live more sus­tainab­ly and con­si­der ways to make the dorm more sustainable.

Num­ber of vol­un­te­ers: 3

Points: 25

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Net­work vol­un­te­ers take care of our inter­net con­nec­tion, the dor­mi­to­ry ser­ver, the dor­mi­to­ry WLAN and help with inter­net pro­blems. They are appoin­ted by the net­work com­mit­tee and hold the office on a long-term basis.

Num­ber of vol­un­te­ers: 5

Points: 75

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PR vol­un­te­ers take care of the public rela­ti­ons of the dor­mi­to­ry and announ­ce­ments of events.

Num­ber of vol­un­te­ers: 3

Points: 25

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Revi­sers check the finan­ces of all depart­ments at the end of the semes­ter, note the results and publish them in the audit report.

Num­ber of vol­un­te­ers: 2

Points: 50

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Media­ti­ors con­duct sur­veys to pass the pro­ba­tio­na­ry peri­od. They are also the con­ta­ct per­son when the­re are pro­blems bet­ween hall mates.

Num­ber of vol­un­te­ers: 2

Points: 25

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Sport vol­un­te­ers keep Schol­lis fit. They orga­ni­ze the dor­mi­to­ry vol­ley­ball trai­ning, soc­cer trai­ning and fit­ness training.

Num­ber of vol­un­te­ers: 3

Points: 25

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Each week, the food-cha­ri­ty (Tafel) vol­un­te­ers orga­ni­ze the deli­ve­ries from the munich Tafel by assigning the hall­ways to help, hel­ping out them­sel­ves, and ope­ning the sto­rage room for the dorm residents.

Num­ber of vol­un­te­ers: 4

Points: 50

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The washing machi­ne vol­un­te­ers sell the washing token to the sel­lers of the cor­ri­dors. The run­ner collects the washing tokens from the washing machi­nes and hands them over to the washing token sel­lers. The tech­ni­ci­an ensu­res that the washing machi­nes are working pro­per­ly and remain clean.

Num­ber of vol­un­te­ers: 2 sel­lers, 1 run­ner, 1 technician

Points: 50 (sales­per­sons), 25 (run­ner + technician)

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Vol­un­te­ers mana­ge the key to the repair room and ensu­re that it is well equip­ped. In addi­ti­on, they are avail­ab­le to ans­wer ques­ti­ons about tech­ni­cal problems.

Num­ber of vol­un­te­ers: 2

Points: 25

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At the end of the semes­ter, vol­un­te­ers pro­du­ce the „Schol­lZeit”, which reports on the past semester.

Num­ber of vol­un­te­ers: 3

Points: 50

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Vol­un­te­ers orga­ni­ze room assign­ments for new resi­dents, eva­lua­te app­li­ca­ti­ons as mem­bers of the Admis­si­ons Com­mit­tee, and record minu­tes of Admis­si­ons Com­mit­tee meetings.

Num­ber of refe­rees: 2

Points: 50

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Probezeit

Bekommt man von der Ver­wal­tung einen Miet­ver­trag ange­bo­ten, ist die Wohn­zeit dar­in nor­ma­ler­wei­se auf 3 Jah­re begrenzt, wovon das ers­te Jahr die sog. Pro­be­zeit ist. Um die Pro­be­zeit zu eva­lu­ie­ren, wer­den am Ende der ers­ten 6 Mona­te nach Ein­zug die Flurmitbewohner/innen in einer anony­mi­sier­ten Umfra­ge zu dem/der neu­en Nachbar/in befragt. Dabei ist rele­vant, ob er oder sie ihren Flur­auf­ga­ben nach­kommt, sich den Mit­be­woh­nern/-innen gegen­über ange­mes­sen ver­hält und sich am Flur­le­ben betei­ligt. Das Schlich­tungs­re­fe­rat wer­tet die Umfra­gen aus und ent­schei­det anhand die­ser, ob die Pro­be­zeit bestan­den ist, und man wei­ter­hin im Wohn­heim woh­nen darf. Kommt man mit sei­nem Flur gut zurecht, soll­te das Bestehen der Pro­be­zeit kein Pro­blem sein.

Wohnzeitverlängerung

Nach Ende der regu­lä­ren Wohn­ver­trags­lauf­zeit von 3 Jah­ren kann man einen Ver­län­ge­rungs­an­trag stel­len. Dazu muss ein halb­sei­ti­ges Moti­va­ti­ons­schrei­ben ein­ge­reicht wer­den und man muss sich wäh­rend der ers­ten 3 Jah­re enga­giert haben, um die benö­tig­te Anzahl an HSV-Punk­ten vor­wei­sen zu kön­nen. Anschlie­ßend füh­ren die Heim­rä­te/-innen eine anony­mi­sier­te Umfra­ge unter den Flur­mit­be­woh­nern/-innen über den Ver­bleib des/ der Antrags­stel­ler­s/-in durch – ähn­lich wie bei der Pro­be­zeit. Ver­läuft die­se posi­tiv, kann man mit einer ein­jäh­ri­gen Ver­län­ge­rung des Miet­ver­trags rech­nen. Es kön­nen meh­re­re Ver­län­ge­run­gen bean­tragt wer­den, zu beach­ten ist jedoch, dass die nöti­ge Anzahl an HSV-Punk­ten mit jeder Ver­län­ge­rung steigt.