Community Among Students

Humako
Piirretty hahmo heiluttaa käsiä.

The Humanities University of Applied Sciences Student Union, or HUMAKO. Any Humak student can become a member of HUMAKO: a student studying in full-time or multimodal implementation, open UAS student or a master’s degree student.

Membership is worthwhile, as you can become part of the student union community and take advantage of community-specific and national student benefits. HUMAKO makes sure that your studies go smoothly. You can read more about the benefits of membership and becoming a member on the student union’s website (the link takes you to another site).

Local Activities – Tutors and Branches

Tutors and branches are important activities of the student union. The role of the tutors is to support you in study-related situations, and it focuses on organizing events and well-being on the campus.

Tutors support you during your studies. You can contact them if you have questions about your studies, internships, or student life. You can reach the tutors immediately by sending them an e-mail to etutor@ humako.net and by participating in a discussion with tutors and other students logged in with the eTutor Course found in Humak’s Hoodle. Welcome aboard!

Tutors and branches organize a variety of activities for all students, locally and online. You can get acquainted with the activities on our website (links take you to another service):

Be a Part of HUMAKO’s Activities!

Any Humak student can participate in the activities of the student union, and no previous experience is required. You decide what the student union is like!

In autumn we are looking for people for:

Contact Information

The student union office is located in connection with the RDI Center of the Helsinki Metropolitan Area, on the second floor (Ilkantie 4, 00400 Helsinki). You can find the opening hours of HUMAKO’s office and other service points at http://www.humako.net/palvelupisteet

You can contact HUMAKO’s harassment contact persons in matters related to harassment. The primary role of harassment liaison officers is to assist and support those who have experienced harassment.