2023 Student Elections

We have a plan for polimi

What are we voting for?

Academic Senate

PoliMi's political body "par excellence", it is held once a month and discusses the university's political decisions. There are elected 4 student representatives

Board of Governors

It discusses and approves budgets, it's held once a month and deals with the economic and financial issues of the university. There are elected 2 student representatives

School's Joint Council

Each PoliMi's School has a teachers-students joint commission, whose task is to improve teaching. There are elected 5 student representatives

Study Course Council (CCS)

It discusses the progress and improvement of the study courses, the course manifesto and course-related initiatives. The number of student representatives changes from course to course

When do we vote?

On May 23rd and 24th! You can vote from the Online Services

Who are we voting for?

Silly question! Obviously, for Studenti Indipendenti!

Student Politics

Our ideas

Student Politics

Our ideas

We want more than 5 exam calls

We propose to add at least two more exams tries per year (we have a minimum of 5 at the moment), adding also extraordinary exams sessions for students during mid-term break

Study spaces

We obtained an allocation of no less than €4.5m to add new studio spaces and to wire existing ones. We continue to work on adding more!

no tax area 30.000

Like our ex-Rector said and proposed, we think that it is necessary to extend the no-tax area from €22.000 to €30.000 (ISEE): studying shouldn't be hindered by economic obstacles!

Free aluminum water bottles

To avoid the umpteenth use of plastic bottles, let's use water dispensers, and to encourage it we propose PoliMi to give every student an aluminum water bottle, for free

200 ore per reddito, non per merito

150 hours positions are currently assigned by a merit-criterion. Since it's a means to let less wealthy students to gain some money, why are positions being assigned by a merit criterion instead of a wealth (ISEE) criterion?

Cheaper canteens and bars

The canteen at PoliMi is very expensive, and it is cheaper to eat outside. At PoliTo they managed to have meals for €2.50: let's demand that PoliMi not be outdone!

Upcoming events

cultural activities and trips

Every year we organise several cultural activities and trips for students, free of charge or at affordable prices (also thanks to the contribution of the Politecnico di Milano). We are doing this because we think that the university is much more than a space for teaching, and that it can be experienced as a place for socialising and inclusion.

Discover our upcoming events on the link below, and follow us on Instagram not to miss them!

Secular, non-partisan, indipendent

Studenti Indipendenti is a Politecnico di Milano students representative list, free from lobbies and political parties and, of course, completely indipendent

For us representing students is a means and not an aim: we strive for increase students' rights throughout student representation in administrative bodies and activism as a students group in thematic areas like feminism, environmentalism, antiracism, antimafia, antifascism, LGBTQIA+...

We're active at Poli both as association and student's union,but we're also active in the other universities (Studenti Indipendenti Statale and Studenti Indipendenti Bicocca). Sempre stando dalla parte degli studenti.

Useful information

Sometimes it's difficult to orientate at PoliMi: knowing what classrooms and areas are open, where to study, how taxes work and many other things are difficult to find.

That's why we made some useful guides and downloadable campus maps and scaricabili, in order to help a little bit someone who might need it.

All those materials are made by us , from the students to the students.

Furthermore, there are some useful insights on frequently asked subjects like student taxes , spaces , agreements and discounts .

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