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For students

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Speak up about the learning environment

We aspire to provide a safe and engaging learning environment and need your help with continuous improvement.
You can let us know both when you are happy and if there is something that needs to be improved.


Need someone to talk to?

The student chaplains Anne and Thomas offer conversations to all students regardless of faith and outlook on life.

The chaplains have a duty of confidentiality, and the service is free.

Read more about the chaplains here

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How to influence the quality of your education

Quality in education is, among other things, about the learning outcome you achieve through your studies. Good quality work is based on good collaboration with the students. StInn and the student union representatives are therefore central in the quality work at INN University, especially through the quality work on the study programmes.

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The Student Ombudsman

The student ombudsman is independent and neutral and can give you, as a student, advice and assistance in matters concerning your study situation at INN University. The student ombudsman has a duty of confidentiality and is available to students at all our campuses.

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The Student Association of Innlandet (SINN) works to ensure that all students have the best possible time during their studies.

SINN provides all students with a good welfare offering and thus contributes to a good student life.

See welfare offering on the individual campus webpages.


Democracy time

Democracy time is a fixed time set aside for student political work and is tuition-free for full-time students.

Democracy time in the academic year 2021/22:

Every Wednesday at 12:15-13:00

For Lillehammer, the following also applies:

Wednesday in odd-numbered weeks at 12:15-14:00