SportUni became cooperation member to OLL
SportUni was accepted as a member on February 9th. SportUni provides sport services for students and personnel of Tampere Universities. Welcome aboard!
In addition to SportUni there are four cooperation members to OLL: CampusSport (Turku), Academic Sports of Jyväskylä uMove, Sports services of the University of Eastern Finland SYKETTÄ (Kuopio, Joensuu, Iisalmi & Varkaus) and UniSport (Helsinki region). They have a vote to use at the annual OLL General Assembly and they will participate in OLL’s national advocacy work.
Other members of OLL are student unions of Finnish universities.
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