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Translation of the activity support application form 2019

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Translation of the activity support application form 2019

 

1. Studying-related issues
1.1. Academic affairs

The organisation is represented in the administration of the University, Faculty or Unit
The organisation contacts staff of the institution at least once a month                
The organisation organises events for the teaching staff and students to get to know each other at least once per term                       
The organisation organises courses for which one gets ECTS credits, in cooperation with the institution or Faculty                           
The organisation participates in collecting and processing course feedback         
The organisation makes statement on academic affairs at least once a year        
The organisation communicates its academic affairs activities at least once a month

1.2. National cooperation                  

The organisation participates in national seminars and the like concerning academic affairs at least once a year   
The organisation actively cooperates with the national umbrella organisation    
The organisation actively cooperates with the trade union in its field                     
The organisation actively cooperates with another organisation in its field

 1.3. Activities supporting studies    

The organisation arranges an organisation visit, such as working life visit in its field, at least once a year          
The organisation enables participation in a fair or seminar in its own field e.g. with joint transport at least once a year                  
The organisation supports group studying e.g. with study circles 
The organisation provides literature and journals in its field for reading                
The organisation collects course notes and summaries for students' use              
The organisation holds updated exam archives for exams in its own field             
The organisation has regular duty hours in office or the like          
In addition to fairs and seminars, the organisation has other activities relevant to working life (e.g. cv clinic)  
The organisation presents its activities for students in upper secondary school at least once a year
Open field: organisation has other than above-mentioned significant activities related to academic affairs (max. 250 characters)                           

2. General organisational activities
2.1. Communication

The organisation regularly communicates through e-mail (e.g. weekly mail)
The organisation actively utilises the communication channels of TYY, Opekas or Pointer (e.g. calendar)          
The organisation communicates about TYY/Pointer/Opekas issues (e.g. Student Union Council Elections or events of the actor)                               
Open field: Enter links to the social media channels of the organisation                
The organisation has a regularly issued magazine or similar online publication  

  • The magazine is published 1-3 times a year
  • The magazine is published 4 or more times a year

Open field: enter the link to the updated website of the organisation (max. 100 characters)     
Open field: organisation has other than above-mentioned significant activities related to communication (max. 250 characters)                           

2.2. Finances and fund-raising

The organisation budgets events requiring significant sums of money and follows these budgets actively        
Open field: the organisation lists other fund-raising measures besides support from TYY (max. 250 characters)            

 2.3. Continuity of the activities and alumni activities

The organisation has alumni activities and it organises related events (min. 1 per year)              
The organisation holds contact with its alumni (e.g. alumni association, club or mailing list)      
The active members in the organisation are rewarded at least once a year with e.g. a thank you event            
The active members in the organisation are provided with marks of honour (e.g. badges of honour)
The Board of the previous term writes updated written testaments for the new Board               
Recruitment to the new Board of the organisation is public and transparent       
The organisation has published a history or the like during the past ten years    
Events are organised for new students                      

  • at least one event a year
  • at least two events a year

The organisation has a member responsible for tutoring or freshers                      
The organisation develops its activities with a feedback system, e.g. with an annual member questionnaire  

2.4. Participation in training events

Organisation has participated in these TYY training events this year

  • Big organisation training day
  • Support training
  • Treasurer training
  • Equality training

The organisation participates in meetings with the Council of the Chairs at least four times a year
Open field: Other than above-mentioned significant training events in which the organisation has participated this year (max. 250 characters)

2.5. Consideration of environmental issues

The organisation has a member responsible for environmental issues                   
The Board of the organisation has been introduced to environmental practices 
The events of the organisation prefer public transportation          
The organisation aims at reducing environmental burden by decreasing meat consumption and food wastage            
The organisation does not use disposable tableware but e.g. borrows TYYma dishes                    
The organisation is involved in Fair Trade University project

2.6. Cooperation with other organisations

The organisation shares its premises with at least one other organisation            
The organisation holds contact with other organisations in its field every month                           
The organisation has common events with the organisations in its field at least once a year
The organisation holds contact with other organisations than those in its field every month
The organisation has more than one cooperation organisations   
The organisation has the means to share good practices with other organisations

2.7. Consideration of TYY's Equality Programme

The organisation has a member responsible for equality                 
Gender effects are considered when recruiting actors in the organisation
The organisation uses the parity rule (persons elected in positions of trust should be 40 % of self-declared male and female genders, if there are enough applicants and 1 there are no significant differences in the qualifications)
The officials of the organisation (other than the person responsible for equality) participate in TYY's equality training annually
The organisation has an up-to-date accessibility review of its premises                 
The organisation's event communication describes the accessibility of events   
The events of the organisation take into account different diets and allergies     
The organisation's events inform about the person responsible for accessibility
The names, themes or material of the events of the organisation do not include humiliating, oppressive or offensive items

2.8. Internationality

The organisation has English-language website
The organisation has its own communication channel for international students                           
The organisation communicates in other languages besides Finnish                        
The organisation has a member responsible for international affairs                      
The organisation organises events every term, in which international students can get to know Finnish students.                      
The active operation of the organisation includes at least one international student                    
The organisation participates in meetings with the TYY International Council at least two times a year
The organisation participates in TYY Welcome Fair or International Info Market

3. Leisure
3.1. Events

The organisation does charity e.g. by participating in different campaigns and collections at least once a year.
The organisation has established Finnish Red Cross BloodGroup 
The organisation arranges free-time activities together with its institution at least once a year
The organisation arranges a sports event at least once a year
The organisation arranges free-time events (e.g. game or movie nights)               

  • The organisation arranges 1-3 free-time events a year
  • The organisation arranges 4-6 free-time events a year        
  • The organisation arranges 7-9 free-time events a year
  • The organisation arranges more than 9 free-time events a year

Open field: Tell us how your organisation embraces traditions in its activities (e.g. different events) (max. 250 characters)                  

3.2. Culture

The organisation has its own cultural production (e.g. speksi, improvisation, theatre) or it contributes to them (e.g. by providing premises)
The organisation arranges cultural excursions or similar visits

  • One visit per year
  • Two or more visits per year  

Open field: organisation has other than above-mentioned significant activities related to culture (max. 250 characters)                  

3.3. Sports

The organisation arranges regular sports activities, such as regular gym hours
The organisation arranges a sports event (e.g. test event, course, excursion).    

  • The organisation arranges a sports event at least once a year
  • The organisation arranges a sports event at least three times a year
  • The organisation arranges a sports event at least five times a year
  • The organisation arranges a sports event at least seven times a year

Open field: organisation has other than above-mentioned significant activities related to sports (max. 250 characters)

3.4. Other well-being

There are monthly operating committees or clubs under the organisation (other than alumni club)

  • 1-3
  • 4-6
  • 7+

The organisation has alcohol-free events at least once a month
The organisation arranges events supporting stress management and/or study skills (e.g. mindfulness, expert lecture) at least

  • one event
  • two or more events

The organisation acquires or maintains membership benefits or offers (e.g. dressing for anniversaries)
The organisation actively reviews the well-being of its members e.g. with questionnaires          
Open field: organisation has other than above-mentioned significant activities related to well-being (max. 250 characters)

 

Only for Leisure organisations and Student Nations (next 3 questions)

The organisation arranges annually an event targeted at recruiting new members
How often does the organisation convene?

  •  once/month
  • Once/week

Open field: Diversity of the activities (represented sports/hobbies) as a list (max. 250 characters)

Last updated: 04.03.2019 klo 16:01