The following indoor and outdoor facilities are currently open for on-site consumption:
Please note: The canteen at the Deggendorf Campus is currently being renovated, enlarged and modernised. Therefore, the cafeteria has moved to hall 2 of the Deggendorf Stadthallen, Edlmaierstraße 2, for the duration of the renovations. Due to the renovation, the cafeteria in the refectory building is also closed; the Mensateria Glashaus is open instead.
Mensa Deggendorf (in Hall 2 of the Deggendorf Stadthallen): closed
Mensateria Glashaus at Deggendorf Campus: Mon - Fri, 7.30 am - 3 pm
Cafeteria in the Mensa building: closed
Cafeteria Kaffeebar (K Building): Mon - Fri, 9 am - 4 pm
Mensa Pfarrkirchen: Mon - Fri, 8 am - 2.30 pm
Cafeteria Foodtruck Campus Cham: Mon - Thu, 11 am - 1.30 pm
Office in Deggendorf: F101
Tel: +49 991 3615 601
Do you feel like tackling the topic of sports and exercise with a lot of fun and ease, and meeting new people at the same time? Then look forward to the varied range of university sports at DIT, which is open to all students and employees. In addition to our recreational sports, we also provide opportunities in some sports for competitive participants to compete on a university team or as an individual athlete in university championships. Our challenging and diverse university sports programme is continuously updated and coordinated. We are also supported by external providers who make their sports facilities available to DIT.
We invite all people with and without disabilities, beginners and advanced to participate. For us, inclusion means that everyone can choose a activity, game or sport according to their abilities and can participate in a self-determined manner. If you have any questions, need support or are interested in networking with a sports "buddy" (a fellow student/colleague with whom you can attend university sports courses), please contact the university sports team at any time.
Our university sports community is looking forward to your participation.
How to reach us:
Further information and registration for individual courses can be found in ilearn.
How do I register for a sports course?
We look forward to your parcipitation in our sports. In the meantime, stay fit and healthy and have fun!
The German University Cup is especially for smaller universities and colleges with up to 10,000 students. It is played in the four major sports: football, basketball, handball and volleyball.
Use your free time to get active with your fellow students in one of the numerous student associations or to make new acquaintances there. There is a suitable contact point for all interests:
AlumniNet e. V. - my network
For all graduates and students at DIT
The alumni and student association sees itself as a network between students, graduates and the university.
Founded in 2001 by the first graduates, it is now the largest network at DIT with over 900 members.
Networking, both professionally and privately, is the key to success and so easy for members of the association: whether at regular meetings, joint trips or events at the university, our network is growing, both nationally and internationally.
The association offers graduates the opportunity to continue accessing the online career exchange, to continue receiving the weekly job newsletter and to participate in seminars for (young) professionals. Students and alumni can also network and make valuable contacts at numerous events (regular meetings all over Germany, graduation barbecues, company visits, etc.).
One highlight is the business trips on 3 October: we visit alumni who work in other European countries and are shown around the company during a company tour (so far 2012 Google, Dublin; 2013 AnInBev, Prague; 2014 Cisco, Amsterdam; 2015 Wien Energie, Vienna; 2016 iamYiam, London; 2017 DTU, Copenhagen; 2019 Lalala, Paris), one on site we, of course, also explore the city.
The association also takes on up to five Deutschlandstipendien (Germany scholarships) each year.
Be part of a success story and become a member now!
Afrikanischer studentischer Verein Deggendorf e. V.
For all students
Wir sind eine afrikanische studentische Gemeinschaft in der Stadt Deggendorf. Da die Sprache, neues Leben , neue Kultur, Orientierung und Wohnmöglichkeiten immer ein großes Problem am Anfang eiens Studiums in Deggendorf sind, haben wir uns entschieden, eine Gemeinschaft zu gründen, in der wir uns gegenseitig helfen. Da wir meistens die gleiche Muttersprache haben, ist es einfacher neuen afrikanischen Studierenden zu erklären, wie das ganze an der Hochschule funktioniert.
Wir sind auch in Richtung Kulturaustausch orientiert und organisieren zu diesem Zweck viele kulturelle Veranstaltungen, um mit anderen Nationalitäten in Kontakt zu treten.
Ein weiterer Grund ist mit dem Thema Rassismus zu binden: Hier versuchen wir in der Gemeinde zu orientieren, wie man damit umgehen soll falls jemand in der Straße oder irgendwo belästigt wurde. Es kommt leider noch heutzutage vor, dass man in der Öffentlichkeit explizite Beleidigungen hört.
Manche afrikanischen Studierenden in Deutschland leiden unter den Rassismus bishin zu suizidalen Gedanken - und wir wollen sowas vermeiden.
Wir sind offen für alle, die uns gerne kennen lernen wollen oder unsere Kultur entdecken wollen.
Boid in Business e.V.
for students from the course of studies in Business Administration.
Facebook page of Boid in Business
The association "Boid in Business e.V." was founded in 2018 by students from the degree course Business Administration. The aim of the association is to promote networking between students, graduates, lecturers and companies, e.g. through company visits or the arrangement of internships. In addition, the association offers its members the opportunity to establish contacts within the course of studies through regular meetings in order to strengthen the exchange and cohesion. Are you interested and would like to find out more? Then get in touch with us!
Club of Mechanical Engineers
For students of Mechanical Engineering, Mechatronics and Technical Design
In 1995, the then students of the university founded the Club of Mechanical Engineers, CoME for short. The foundation of the association was based on the idea of putting the students' cooperation into the framework of an association. In addition to events that promote communication among students, CoME organizes excursions to trade fairs in the fields of mechanical engineering and mechatronics. Plant visits are also part of these activities.
Student consulting of the Deggendorf Institute of Technology
For all students
We are an association of young students from various fields of study. Our recipe for success is the combination of theory and practice. We give our members the opportunity to implement the knowledge they learn during their studies through projects in the private sector. You profit by an attractive association life, interesting Workshops and our Germany far acting roof federation JC network. Through the support of former members and professors of the Deggendorf University of Technology, experiences are passed on and knowledge exchanged.
For all students
We are a young student association that was founded in 2019. The "Deggathletes ASW", is hosted by students of Applied Sports Science, primarily for sporting and communal activities. Students of all disciplines, who are also interested in topics such as sport, health and a camaraderie together, can become members with us. Furthermore, we offer opportunities to improve your everyday sporting life with our specialist knowledge. In addition, self-initiated events and sports-related excursions are of course part of our comprehensive supporting programme.
For students of Tourism Management
We at DEG.TOUR.-S. are a community of students and professors interested in tourism at the Deggendorf University of Technology. Our goal is it to manufacture and maintain contacts to enterprises and organizations of the industry to enrich the study with interesting lectures and study travels and above all to strengthen co-operation and we feeling.
Association for the support of and exchange with international students
For all students
The association enables all DITstudents to gain both international and intercultural experience in addition to their university studies. Active engagement with esn helps the students to improve their foreign language skills and to acquire key professional qualifications. Our main task is to make the exchange students' stay at the THD as attractive and efficient as possible through supervision, learning programs, excursions and parties.y
Formula Student-Team at the Deggendorf Institute of TechnologyTechnischen Hochschule Deggendorf
for all students
Formula Student - What is it?
Formula Student is an international design competition in which students work in teams to design and build a racing car to compete against teams from all over the world in the summer. There is both a petrol and an electric class.
However, in order to prevail against the other teams, it is not enough just to build the fastest car. The jury, which consists of experts from the motorsport, automotive and supplier industries, evaluates the construction, cost and business plan of the individual teams, as well as compliance with the strict set of rules.
The students prove in various dynamic disciplines how their self-built cars perform on the race track. Study contents can thus be supplemented and deepened through practical experience. Not only the engineering courses are challenged, but also the business courses.
Formula Student is a large community of like-minded students from different countries. At the events, not only does one's own team grow closer together, but one also gets to know many other teams.
In recent years, Fast Forest has taken part in the competitions every year in Germany at the Hockenheimring, in Austria at the Red Bull Ring and in Spain at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya.
Fast Forest - The Formula Student Team at DIT
The Formula Student Team of the Deggendorf Institute of Technology was founded in 2008 by a few students. In 2009, the first milestone was set with the presentation of the first racing car, called "Jenny".
While the team only competed in the petrol class in the first season, it also developed an electric racing car from the second season onwards. Since the 2011/2012 season, Fast Forest has specialised only in the electric class. Since then, it has developed very well and currently has more than 40 active members and over 300 alumni. Due to the large number of alumni, the current team can always count on help and support from them.
The biggest success so far was a very respectable 9th place overall out of more than 40 teams in the electric vehicles in Hockenheim.
Currently, the 13th vehicle is in the works. Here, the team is taking on a new challenge. Under the motto "Four-wheel drive 4 motivation", the team around "Jenny13GDX" is building the second combined vehicle in the club's history. This means that we can drive our vehicle both with and without a driver. This is unique in Germany besides 2 other teams.
Of course, Fast Forest, like any other Formula Student team, depends on the support of voluntary members. Therefore, every interested person is welcome, no matter which course of studies he or she comes from. What is important here is motivation and commitment as well as the willingness to work in a team and, last but not least, an interest in cars.
In addition to the opportunity to put into practice and expand the knowledge acquired in the course of studies, Fast Forest also offers an excellent platform for further training in specialist and interdisciplinary areas such as teamwork, presentations, project management, etc. The interdisciplinary programme also offers the opportunity to work in a team. In addition, the inter-faculty project offers contact with students from almost all DIT faculties.
The team is supported in the construction of the racing cars by many sponsors. One of the students' tasks is to acquire the sponsors and then maintain the contacts. These contacts are of course very useful in later professional life. So being involved in Formula Student is definitely worthwhile!
For all students
The association First Contact consists of students of all disciplines. We have made it our business to establish and maintain contacts with companies. With much commitment and inventiveness we organize among other things the annually taking place university contact fair job stock exchange. Our most important task is to present the university and its students to the companies, and/or the companies of the university and their students.
Association of students with an interest in computer science
The GI is currently the largest professional representation of computer science in the German-speaking world. It promotes the exchange of knowledge, research and the further development of computer science-related aspects. Due to a lively interest in the networking of computer scientists, the GI has grown rapidly and currently comprises 14 different subject groups, each specializing in a specific subject area.
Our university group enables a very extensive contact to these and many other networks. We regularly organize guest lectures for our members, visit individual companies and cooperate with companies and institutions in individual projects.
In order to expand our student life, however, cross-disciplinary contact does not only serve the learning aspect.
For students of International Management and exchange students
The aim of the IMTC is to support all IM students, past, present and future, through contacts, information and experience. The IMTC is a network - be it experiences abroad, helpful tips for studies or jobs, opportunities for internships, or simply communication: every IM student can contribute his or her experiences. Most have studied abroad, completed an internship or lived abroad - and those who haven't will soon enjoy it.
For all students
The celebration of church services belongs to the centre of this accossiation, but we also promote a wide range of different activities and projects.
For all students
The aim of the association is to provide students and the general public with information about securities and stock exchanges and to promote the German equity culture. The association organizes lectures, technical discussions and panel discussions in order to promote and maintain contact between students and with companies.
"RESP e.V.", which consists of "Respect other cultures, European mind, Students Pfarrkirchen", is the student association of the newly founded European Campus Rottal-Inn in Pfarrkirchen. The name is intended to refer to the tolerance that should be shown towards every culture, as well as to the European community idea. The association is primarily intended to strengthen the cohesion between the students. Excursions are to be organized or grill, cinema and play evenings are to be offered. The inclusion of international students is very important. The student Buddys support with the apartment search, with official visits and give first information in advance. In addition, events are to be organized for the public.
Free tutoring by student volunteers for financially disadvantaged children
For all students
Website by students educate students
Instagram page: sbs.deggendorf
Founded in 2012, the association can now be found in over 50 locations and since April 2022 also here in Deggendorf. In total, it has around 2,900 members and over 3200 students and also offers 6 scholarships.
We support financially disadvantaged children and young people in receiving individual tutoring and also facilitate cultural and leisure activities for our tutoring couples.
Join us and become part of our community as a tutor or site manager. In this way, you can make your contribution to equal opportunities in the education system.
Our values include political and denominational independence as well as honest and open communication with a respectful and tolerant approach to each other. If you would like to learn more about us, please take a look at our website and our Instagram profile or send us an e-mail.
Student event team at the Deggendorf Institute of Technology
For all students
Instagram page: teamup.events
We are TeamUP, a young organisation that has set itself the task of offering students from all degree programmes the opportunity to get to know each other, have fun and make new friends. We place particular emphasis on team building and the implementation of various projects, which are open to all students at DIT.
As members, you have the chance to work independently in your own teams and put theoretical knowledge from your studies into practice. For your work you will receive great member benefits, such as discounts at certain events. With our projects, you are not only doing something good for our club life, but also for all students at the Deggendorf Institute of Technology. We are from students for students!
For all students
The association TEDx Club e.V. consists of students of all disciplines. We mainly deal with the organization of TEDx conferences under the official license of TED. In addition, we have made it our mission to create a worldwide network of students, professors and external influencers from various industries.
United AI e. V.
for all students
We are a technology-oriented club with the goal to realize small and great projects around Artificial Intelligence. We are open for everyone interested in AI no matter the faculty. Artificial Intelligence is entering more and more areas, be it the economy, robotics or health care. We want to bring together the different faculties under the umbrella of Artificial Intelligence and create mutual connections. If you are not interested in technical work, you can still get involved in areas like Marketing, Human Resources or Event-Planning. There is something for everybody. Outside of projects we are doing regular meetups, get-togethers and events like a hackathon for example.
For students of Civil Engineering, Environmental Engineering
The VDBau is a connection between students, graduates, professors and the economy. Our goal is the exchange of knowledge from theory and practice, and thus the enrichment of the student life within and outside of the university. Through our relationships with companies in the construction industry and engineering offices, we arrange contacts to diploma theses, internships and vacancies. The organization of lectures and excursions is one of our main tasks. In addition, we promote the exchange of knowledge and experience among students.
For Students of Industrial Engineering and Management
The VWI University Group was founded in 2009 by the first students of Industrial Engineering. In addition to various excursions to interesting companies, exciting day trips and tournaments, the VWI offers a nationwide platform to expand networks between students and interested parties from industry, as well as professors.
WI-Project serves the networking and the exchange of experiences between the WI students and former graduates. As association of the Deggendorfer economical computer scientists we made it us the task to help WI students and students to find its way fast in the Deggendorfer student life.
We, the student representatives forming together to be named the "Student Convention", are at your disposal in the respective faculties as a contact point for all questions and enquiries of all kinds, be it about exams or lectures or concrete individual questions such as subject combinations, choice of focus or problems with professors, we are happy to help you.
We have the right to vote in the faculty council and can therefore directly apply and enforce the wishes of the students to the faculty.
We help to maintain the unique atmosphere at our university and the good relationship with professors and administrative staff.
Read more details on www.facebook.com/studentischerkonvent
Just stop by our office!
Office Hours: Wednesdays 1 - 2pm
Phone: 0991 3615-455
The university choir regularly accompanies ceremonial occasions in the course of the year at our university, such as the "Dies academicus" in front of around 1400 guests from all over the world in the Deggendorf Town Hall, performances as part of the "Open Day" or other festivities and church services.
All students who have fun and enjoy singing in a choir are welcome to join the university choir. Whether you already have choir experience or are still a newcomer, whether you sing low or high, speak English or German: you are very welcome in the DIT choir. The programme includes rock and pop songs from old and new times, current hits and oldies.
At the moment there are no rehearsals. We will provide more information as soon as possible.
If you already have 2-3 years of playing experience in the field of jazz or big band music, then you will be at home in our big band. We organize university events, such as the ceremony for the 25th anniversary of the DIT and the open day or organize a concert evening. Students and staff are equally welcome to enrich the big band with their musical talent.
Rehersals are once a week in the rehearsal room of the stadthallen.
Rehearsal date: Tuesdays at 7.15pm.
If you are interested, drop by for a rehearsal!
Contact person is Michaela Gerl ( +49 176 44464520)
At the European Campus Rottal-Inn (ECRI) Campus we have the “ECRI-Band” which reassembles itself new each semester. Usually the band plays at summer or Christmas parties at the campus. Often, the band has more than ten members, which play each song in a different setting. The band combines both, rather unexperienced musicians and singers, as well as professionals. Instruments (if needed) and equipment can be supplied. Prof. Dr. Sascha Kreiskott organises the band and supplies sound engineering support. In his barn in the outskirts of Pfarrkirchen is the rehearsal room of the band (if Corona allows rehearsals). The band’s repertoire combines old and new rock and pop songs. The student’s decide every semester which songs to perform. Taking part in the band can be accredited as an AWP subject.
In the last year, rehearsal could not take place due to Corona. Instead, the band decided to record the song “We are the world” in solo sessions without joint rehearsals.
(documents only in German)
Documents only in German
Deggendorf campus has a copy shop where you can print scripts, copy documents, have final papers or seminar papers bound and similar things.
The copy shop is in building C, room C 012.
Tel: 0991 3615-362
Opening hours: Mon - Thu: 9am - 2pm
Opening hours during the semester break: Mo and Mi, 9 am - 2 pm