Tamy’s service office is closed on Wednesday the 16th of May at 11-14.
Notice that Tamy’s service office is closed today 8.5. due to illness. We will be closed on Thursday – Friday 10.-11.5, as well.
On Monday, 7 May, the student unions organised the Student Union Merger Preview where they informed members about the merger process, revealed the current student unions’ proposal on the name of the new student union and published the election announcement for the first representative elections!
Did you borrow a starting kit from the student union? During summer hours, the starting kits can be picked up and returned from Tuesday to Friday noon–1.30 p.m. Starting kit service hours will continue until the15th of June. For other issues, our service office is open 8–11 a.m. and noon–2 p.m. We will be back […]
The theme of this month’s campaign for victories & defeats of promotion of student interests is equality. First we go back to 1982, when Tamy’s Women Culture Days were held for the first time!
Tiia is Tamy’s brand new administration and finance coordinator. She is a 26-year-old Music Pedagogue from TAMK (teacher of playing tuba) who graduated as a Bachelor in Administrative Studies from the University of Tampere this Valentine’s Day.
The Student Union of University of Tampere granted the traditional Vappulakki Award to Tampere University Library this year. The Vappulakki Award is an acknowledgement awarded annually to a cultural entity in Tampere or the surrounding area for promoting student culture in a significant manner. The recipient of the Vappulakki Award is nominated by Tamy’s Culture […]
Tamy alumnus Ilari Rantala recalls the legendary 1968 tuition fee strike.
PhD Mari Walls is taking up her appointment as the President of the future Tampere University in August. On 1 May, she is meeting with the student unions in Tampere: TTYY, Tamy and Tamko. Walls and representatives of the student unions are meeting in a casual setting over May Day brunch.
In the campaign for the victories & defeats of promotion of student interests, we go back to 2015, when Tamy and the whole student union movement faced a defeat in advocating for the right to free education. Sipilä’s government decided to set a tuition fee for all students coming from outside of EU and EEA-countries.