Tri Sulistiyono, S.H.,M.H.
(Deputy Dean for Student Affairs)
Semarang City, 50229
07.00 s.d 16.00
Monday to Friday
Tri Sulistiyono, S.H.,M.H.
(Deputy Dean for Student Affairs)
The Student Affairs sector is part of the Higher Education system which includes planning, organizing, organizing, managing, controlling and funding students, as well as evaluating extra-curricular activities which include developing student scientific reasoning, developing interests and hobbies, improving student welfare and supporting efforts. Greetings, FH UNNES Students! Viva Justitia.
Student organizations at the Faculty of Law, Semarang State University consist of, (1) Law Student Congress (KHM), (2) Faculty Student Representative Council (DPMF), (3) Faculty Student Executive Board (BEMF), (4) Student Activity Units ( UKM).
The Law Student Congress (KMH) is the organ that holds the highest sovereignty in student activities at the Faculty of Law, Unnes. KMH has the main tasks, (1) Establish AD / ART DPMF and BEMF, (2) Determine the Outlines of Work Direction (GBHK) of student organizations at the Faculty level, (3) Select and determine the leadership of the Law Student Congress, (4) Request DPMF duty implementation report and, (5) Requesting BEMF accountability report.
The Representative Council of the Faculty of Law (DPMFH) is the highest representative institution at the Faculty of Law level which has the function of legislation, supervision and representation. DPMF has the main tasks, (1) Overseeing BEMF in implementing GBHK and other congressional decrees, (2) Disseminating and formulating student aspirations and channeling them to interested parties, (3) Disseminating decisions and regulations to related parties, together- the same as BEMF making regulations relating to students or student organizations and those relating to the implementation of the Tri Dharma of Higher Education, (4) If in DPMF’s view, BEMF does not carry out its duties or deviates from the direction of congress policy, then DPMF is obliged to issue memorandum 1 with a time limit of four Sunday. If within the said time limit the DPMF does not heed memorandum 1, then DPMF issues memorandum II with a time limit of three weeks. After the deadline, BEMF does not heed it, DPMF can propose a special session, (5) Represent faculty level students in carrying out their functions, (6) Organize a law student congress.
The Student Executive Board of the Faculty of Law (BEM FH) is an executive body in student activities at the Faculty of Law, Unnes. BEM FH is located at the faculty level which is a non-structural tool for the faculty. BEMFH has main duties,
Currently, the Faculty of Law, Semarang State University has 10 Student Activity Units as the implementation of reasoning talents and hobbies as well as welfare and spirituality. The Student Activity Units are, (1) LPM LEGIST Publishing and Press UKM, (2) Justice Choir Choir UKM, (3) Lex Scientia Student Assessment and Research UKM, (4) Entrepreneurship UKM, (5) Scout UKM, ( 6) Islamic Family UKM Faculty of Law (KIFH), (7) FH Christian Student Family (KMKFH), (8) Debate UKM, (9) Moot Court Unit (UPS) UKM, (10) Pahampalam UKM.
In addition to the extra activities that accommodate the talents and requests mentioned above, in each section, study groups are established which are engaged in scientific and practical studies according to the field of study of each section. In the Criminal Law section, the Penal Studi Club (PSC) was established. The Private and Commercial Law Division also established a Private and Commercial Law Community (PCLC) study group. In the section of Constitutional Law / State Administrative Law, a Study Group for Student Lovers of Administrative Law and State Administration (Matahati) was also established. In addition, there is also a community of students who hone their English skills, namely the English Discussion Community (EDC).
The Faculty of Law, Semarang State University in carrying out coaching has formed a forum for student activities as an effort to improve the quality of students in the roles and functions of students in the academic environment and in society. Student organizations in the faculty are an insight and improvement of intellectuality and personality integrity. Student organizations or organizations are autonomous organizations within the Faculty of Law, each of which has activity specifications. The guidance and development of the UNNES Faculty of Law student affairs is directed at developing a healthy and resilient personality, superior in analytical and critical thinking, highly knowledgeable and skilled, moral and virtuous and has the character of Pancasila as a manifestation of students who are able to contribute to the nation’s competitiveness.
Development of student activities at the Faculty of Law is carried out by the Dean through the Deputy Dean for Student Affairs and Sub-Division. Academic and Student Affairs. In general, the main duties of the Deputy Dean for Student Affairs are as follows:
Currently, there are various organizations that are manifestations of the desire of, by and for students which include scientific reasoning, interests and hobbies as well as efforts to improve the welfare and harmony of students in tertiary institutions.
Student Reasoning: An activity that includes coaching and development activities to form academic and professional experts who are intellectual and carry out sharp, honest, open, careful, diligent, disciplined, objective and responsible analysis. The types of activities in the field of reasoning include institutional research, academic seminars, productive innovative work, writing, publishing and the implementation of leadership management.
Interests and hobbies: Student interests and hobbies are activities that include fostering and developing interest in reason (talent) and hobbies in order to increase the spirit of creativity and idealism to support efforts to increase students’ reasoning skills and professionalism (intellectual quality) in achieving goals higher education. These types of activities are contained in scouting, choirs.
Student Welfare and Spirituality: The field of welfare is an activity that includes fostering and developing the soul, personality, religion and social care, students in the form of services, stimulation, provision of facilities to support efforts to increase the spirit of students’ appreciation abilities in the teaching and learning process. These types of activities include: spirituality, counseling, scholarships, student cooperatives / entrepreneurship and others.