Student Representatives and Associations

Student Representatives

Students are represented in different bodies of the University. In particular, the representatives elected in the Joint Committee of the Schools, in the Academic Senate and in the Board of Governors, all together they are the Student Council, which proposes and has advisory functions with regard to the bodies of the University on issues under discussion in the Academic Senate and in the Board of Governors. For further information, problems during education or proposal to improve Politecnico you can ask your representatives, they can bring your voice in the official sessions of the bodies. In addition, there are also student representatives in the Assessment Commission, in the Councils of Regional Campuses, in the Ph.D. School, in the Single Guarantee Committee (CUG). To know your representatives, visit the web page: Student Representatives.

Student Associations

Associations Round table

Politecnico’s student associations have inaugurated (since June 2017) an informal round table where each association is represented by a member. This round table, which meets monthly, also sees the participation of students’ representatives, who liaise between the associations and the Politecnico. Politecnico’s General Management, at the representatives’ behest, has granted use of two classrooms at the Leonardo Campus and one classroom at the Bovisa Campus: these classrooms are available to the associations (who independently manage their booking) throughout the campus business days from 18:00 to 20:00. The rooms are decided upon at the beginning of each semester, based on teaching requirements.

Anyone wishing to contact the associations with doubts, requests, information or proposals, can write to their address.

Register of the Students' Associations at Politecnico di Milano

The following lists are also recognized as representative in the Academic Senate and in the Board of Governors:

NoticeSee the following paperwork for new modalities of submission for renewals and new registrations to the Register of the Student Associations.
It is however appropriate look at the rule at the link above.