The Student Union for Humanities and Theology (HTS) is the student union for all students that study at the faculties for humanities and theology at Lund’s University.
HTS primary role is to supervise the education on the faculties for humanities and theology, by ensuring that the students’ opinions are influencing both questions of education and students’ welfare.
The union works to ensure that the education and everything related to it is in top quality. The supervisory work is mainly done through our student councils and student representatives, as well as through our committees and our Representative Council.
working as a student union
Through Lund University Student Unions Association (LUS) and the Swedish National Union of Students (SFS) we at HTS work with student advocacy towards Lund’s University, the municipality of Lund, Region Skåne, as well as the Swedish parliament and government. Along with other student unions, both in Lund and in the rest of Sweden, we strive to improve the life of students, even outside their lecturing halls.
HTS was founded 2010 with the merging of the student union for humanities and the student union for theology. HTS office is located in the Absalonhouse in the Department of Languages and Literature (SOL). From this office, we work for all our students in SOL, LUX and Campus Helsingborg. As a member of HTS you are welcome to participate in and benefit from all the union has to offer.
HTS also works as support and help for students who face a problem during their studies. This could be anything related to the syllabus, literature, exams, classrooms, discrimination, and more. Don’t hesitate to contact us if you ever run into any problem related to your studies!
Email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 070-443 21 82.
Student influence on both a local and a national level
HTS arranges social activities that you as a member is more than welcome to participate in! If you are a new student you can join our novice activities that takes place at the start of every semester. If you love languages you can’t miss our Café Multilingua, and if you are thinking about your future career once you are done with your studies you should visit our Hybrid and our Career Week! You are also invited to our sittnings (3-course dinner with singing) that are held by our Festivities Committee, and feel free to come to our board games night every other Sunday!