Welcome to Friedolin,
the Campus Management System of the Friedrich-Schiller-University of Jena.
Without Login: Module descriptions, schedule of classes and departments (university structures) are available. To use additional functions like e.g. Apply for exams, Study reports please login.
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All descriptions of statuses and functions within our online course system Friedolin apply equally in masculine and feminine form.
||Allocation of seats
please note that the first Friedolin allocation of seats will start on Monday, October 10th at 8.30 am. Further dates can be found in the menu item "Dates". Information e.g. regarding most important functions for students is available in the "Help center".
Your team Friedolin
||Friedolin Lecture for Teacher/Examiner and Faculty Administrator
Dear Friedolin users,
Our next "how to use" friedolin lectures for lecturer, examiner and faculty administrator will take place:
- Tuesday, September 27th and Tuesday, November 8th
The lectures will be in German. Please apply using your role "employee":
- faculty administrator: here.
- lecturer, examiner: here.
Your Team Friedolin
||Switch to the winter term
On 15 August 2022, Friedolin was switched to the winter term 2022/23. You can now register for courses for the upcoming semester via the module allocation function and the electronic course catalogue. Should you not find a course that was announced, please contact the respective teaching staff or department/institute.
You will find information on other important dates for the winter term 2022/23 by clicking on the menu item "Dates".
Your team Friedolin
||Re-register for the winter semester 2022/23
August 15, 2022 is the official re-registration deadline for continuing your studies in the winter semester 2022/23. Please login in Friedolin and you will find your re-registration, semester contribution and futher information for the winter semester 2022/23 in ”Information on Re-Registration”.
Your Student Services Centre
||Digital tools for your studies
Would you like to manage your assignments from various courses, collaborate with your fellow students online, or organize your self-study time better?
The Office Digital University has compiled a collection of digital tools for your studies to help you get an initial overview of the applications available at the University of Jena and to find the right tool to support your learning and facilitate the organization of your studies.
You can find this collection of tools at the University’s e-learning page under ‘Digital Studieren’: https://www.elearning.uni-jena.de/digitale_tools_studiumDE.
We intend to add more tools in the medium and long term, to describe them in more detail, and to provide feedback from users.
If you have any suggestions or requests regarding the collection of tools, please contact us using the form in the Service Desk.
Digital University Office
||Networking offer for students with disabilities, neurodiversity, chronic and/or mental illness
Many students at the University of Jena with disabilities, neurodiversity, chronic and/or mental illness feel like they are alone with their experiences and the challenges of everyday university life. From our counseling activities, we know that there are many other people with the same or similar experiences at the University of Jena. Therefore, we - the Diversity Office of the University of Jena - want to open up a student-moderated safe and inclusive space to informally exchange experiences, challenges, found solutions and much more.
If you are interested in such an exchange and networking with others and would like to help create such a space, please feel free to contact us at: email@example.com
Your Diversity Office
||Code of Conduct: Rules for Digital Teaching
A working group consisting of representatives of the Academy for Teaching Development, the Office Digital University, and the Legal Office of the University of Jena developed a university-wide code of conduct for digital teaching. The Code of Conduct defines standards and rules for interactions in digital teaching and learning situations and—as a supplement to the Principles of Good Teaching—provides a basis for successful teaching and learning in the digital realm.
See here for the Code of Conduct: Rules for Digital Teaching at Friedrich Schiller University Jena
Your Academy for Teaching Development