Wiebke Henriette Reckmann
The Student Council enables students in financial distress to bridge a financial bottleneck in the short term by guaranteeing a loan. This offers students the opportunity to receive a one-time, cashless payment (interest-free and free of charge) for a maximum amount of 1,800 €. A deviation from this amount is possible in individual cases and under guarantee.
In principle, the student's neediness must be explained in an internal StuRa meeting. Self-explanatory is the secrecy of your data and our discreet handling of it. A positive vote paves the way for a binding loan agreement with the StuRa and according to agreements the granting of the loan.
What are the advantages of the StuRa loan? The loan can be repaid individually within the student's means - but is limited to six months up to a maximum of twelve months. The loan must be repaid on time. A plan and possible risks for repayment are also presented to the student council. Ultimately, such a loan is decided by the issuance of a binding loan agreement between both parties.
Note: Associations can also become contractual partners of the Student Council and thus reference parties of the StuRa loan.