Our candidates

Below is our complete list of candidates. Our candidates reflect all faculties and associations. For more information and motivation for each candidate, click on the image.

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1. Step Kruisinga

1. Step Kruisinga - Laga

More than just studying

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2. Daan van Ginkel

2. Daan van Ginkel - C.S.R.

Become the engineer of the future

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3. Sara Nagtegaal

3. Sara Nagtegaal - SJB

Your wellbeing, our priority

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4. Guus Doldersum

4. Guus Doldersum - Virgiel

Your study, your planning

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5. Lisa Kurtjens

5. Lisa Kurstjens - Virgiel

A pleasant campus full of gezelligheid

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6. Rosalie Fritz

6. Rosalie Fritz - Virgiel

Sustainability as a priority

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7. Thomas Herrebout

7. Thomas Herrebout - DSB

Feel at home in Delft

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8. Lennard Timp

8. Lennard Timp - DSC

More shared student houses

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9. Frederique Helmer

9. Frederique Hemler - Virgiel

Always room at the student psychologist

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10. Nikhil Varghese

10. Nikhil Varghese - InterDelft

More room for international associations

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11. Tim de Vries

11. Tim de Vries - DSB

A vibrant Delft student culture

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12. Leanne Oosterlaan

12. Leanne Oosterlaan - Proteus-Eretes

More recognition for what you do besides your studies

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13. Anne Veenhuizen

13. Anne Veenhuizen - Laga

Always room for you at X

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14. Max Leenstra

14. Max Leenstra - Leeghwater

No tuition fees for board members

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15. Tim Honing

15. Tim Honing - VSV

Student participation in alcohol policy

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16. Niels Arensman

16. Niels Arensman - Curius

Enough spots for minor abroad

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17. Mike Schaap

17. Mike Schaap - PS

'Are you okay? campaign for better social safety

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18. Eline Rosenthal

18. Eline Rosenthal - ID

Financial support for development alongside your studies

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19. Anniek van Gent

19. Anniek van Gent - Variscopic

Wellbeing fund for associations

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20. Xavier Verwijmeren Kraan

20. Xavier Verwijmeren Kraan - SJB

Permanent 'zachte knip'

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21. Margot van de Klok

21. Margot van de Klok - CH

Only pay for the courses you follow

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22. Mirte Giethoorn

22. Mirte Giethoorn - Stylos

Education with healthy performance pressure

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23. Lucas van Rossum

23. Lucas van Rossum - C.S.R.

Volunteering for Delft with StudentDoet

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24. Tom Blokland

24. Tom Blokland - Froude

ChatGPT 4.0 for every student

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25. Hein Schröder

25. Hein Schröder - ETV

Big supermarket at the TU

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26. Jan Hulsebosch

26. Jan Hulsebosch - TG

Less deadlines, more wellbeing

27. Lotte Rutten

27. Lotte Rutten - LIFE

Free menstrual products by ORAS

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28. Sjoerd Haverlag

28. Sjoerd Haverlag - VvTP

The GreenWeek inspires you

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29. Sander van Grootveld

29. Sander van Grootveld - MV

XXL-opening hours: study when you want to

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30. Hester Zoet

30. Hester Zoet - Hooke

All lectures on Collegerama

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1. Step Kruisinga

More than just studying

Hi, my name is Step and I am currently completing my Bachelor of Architecture. ORAS believes that your student time is a great opportunity to develop yourself in many ways. Delft has a unique student culture, with many study and student associations, sports and cultural opportunities, as well as, for example, student and dream teams. For many, this offers the opportunity to develop yourself (outside your studies), which is why TU Delft should actively support and encourage extracurricular activities, making them accessible to everyone. Do you agree? Then vote for ORAS on 15 and 16 May! 

2. Daan van Ginkel

Become the engineer of the future

Hey, I'm Daan and currently in my 3rd year of AE. TU Delft is a university known worldwide for its pioneering research and high-quality education. ORAS aims to maintain and enhance this status. We stand for innovative education of the highest quality, supported by the right facilities with plenty of room for personal development! This is how you will become the best engineer ready for the future!

3. Sara Nagtegaal

Your wellbeing, our priority

Hi, my name is Sara and I am in my second year of Mechanical Engineering and am looking forward to spending a year on the student council. Your wellbeing is of high priority for ORAS! So we work on prevention of mental problems and accessibility and findability of the necessary guidance. ORAS finds it important that you feel at home at TU Delft and that there is room to make mistakes. For example, with the 'Are you okay?' campaign, we work towards a student community that looks out for each other and where wellbeing is always up for discussion! Do you think wellbeing is an important issue too? Then vote for ORAS on 15 and 16 May!

4. Guus Doldersum

Your study, your planning

Hello, my name is Guus and I study Applied Mathematics. I am number 4 on the ORAS list this year. ORAS believes that you should be in charge of your own study! It is important that flexible education and the right facilities support you in this. Flexible study allows you to determine your own study rhythm and pace. For example, thanks to ORAS XXL opening hours are available during exam weeks and it is possible to resit at another faculty. In the future, we see paying per subject as a possibility. As a result, there will be room for development alongside your studies and you will be able to organise your time as you see fit! So vote for ORAS on 15 and 16 May!

5. Lisa Kurstjens

A pleasant campus full of gezelligheid

Hi, I'm Lisa and I just finished my Bachelor of Architecture! ORAS is convinced that good facilities on campus contribute to a valuable student experience. The campus should therefore be a place where all students feel safe and comfortable, but where there is also recreation and innovation. Our campus has a unique student culture, including several faculty bars and space for sports and culture. This is because we believe it is important that every student should be able to study and relax on campus. In this way, TU Delft brings out the best in its students! So vote for ORAS on 15 and 16 May!

6. Rosalie Fritz

Sustainability as a priority

Hi, my name is Rosalie and I am currently completing my bachelor at TPM. I am number 6 on the ORAS list this year. Sustainability is of great importance to ORAS. We think it is important that the facilities on campus are focused on the future. For example, thanks to ORAS you can print on recycled paper and waste is separated. It is also TU Delft's job to support its students in green initiatives about sustainability. In this way, TU Delft students can also contribute to, for example, energy transition and tackling climate change! So vote for ORAS on 15 and 16 May! 

7. Thomas Herrebout

Feel at home in Delft

Hi, my name is Thomas and I am currently a second-year student at TPM. I am number 7 on the ORAS list this year. Delft is a city full of diverse people, and at ORAS we believe in the importance of a warm welcome for everyone! At ORAS, we want you to feel not only welcome, but also at home in Delft, so that you can make the most of your time as a student. Together, we will make Delft a place where every student thrives, no matter who you are or where you come from. So vote for ORAS on 15 and 16 May!

8. Lennard Timp

More shared student houses

ORAS believes that shared student houses are important for connecting students. With the same message, ORAS sent a letter to national politicians to draw attention to this. This way, we will continue to work for more shared student houses! Do you agree that there should be more shared student houses? Then vote for ORAS on 15 and 16 May!

9. Frederique Hemler

Always room at the student psychologist

ORAS sees TU Delft as a place where you should be able to make mistakes and get support when you are not feeling well. When things are not going your way, it is important that you can see a student psychologist quickly and easily. That is why we are working on shorter waiting times for TU Delft's student psychologists. This way, any student struggling with problems can get professional help! Choose short waiting times, choose ORAS!

10. Nikhil Vargese

More room for international associations

Delft has a rich student culture with international associations. These associations ensure that international students quickly feel at home in Delft! Currently, the accommodation of international associations is uncertain. For this reason, ORAS advocates a permanent place for international associations! Do you agree? Then vote for ORAS on 15 and 16 May! 

11. Tim de Vries

A vibrant Delft student culture

With its many different study, sports, cultural and student associations, Delft has a unique and vibrant student culture. This allows students to participate in committees and boards and develop skills they cannot acquire during their studies. ORAS believes that the university should take care of this unique culture and encourage students to participate in it. For example, we are now working on a campaign to encourage students to become active outside their studies. Do you think this is important too? Then vote for ORAS on 15 and 16 May! 

12. Leanne Oosterlaan

More recognition for what you do besides your studies

ORAS believes it is important that all students can develop themselves alongside their studies through extracurricular activities. For this reason, we advocate recognition certificates and credits for following these activities. This way, development alongside your studies is actually rewarded! Do you agree? Then vote for ORAS on 15 and 16 May!

13. Anne Veenhuizen

Always room for you at X

After studying, we think it is important that you can unwind by doing sports or playing music, for example. However, we see that classes at X fill up quickly and there are not enough sports fields. ORAS wants there to always be a place for you at X to relax. This way, we ensure that X is an outlet for all students. Do you also want more space at X? Then vote for ORAS on 15 and 16 May!

14. Max Leenstra

No tuition fees for board members

Don't let tuition fees stop your development! ORAS makes board years accessible to every TU Delft student. We call for tuition fees to be waived for full-time board members. Choose development without financial worries, choose ORAS!

15. Tim Honing

Student participation in alcohol policy

Events on campus and in faculty bars make the campus lively. These should therefore not be unnecessarily restricted by the alcohol policy. Together with the student council, ORAS wants student organisations to have a say on alcohol policy. Agree? Then vote ORAS 15 and 16 May!

16. Niels Arensman

Enough spots for minor abroad

An experience abroad is a unique opportunity for you to develop yourself! It allows you to learn more about other cultures and make international friends! Unfortunately, a foreign experience is not possible for every student at the moment. That's why ORAS is committed to increasing the number of places at all our partner universities! Do you want this too? Then vote for ORAS on 15 and 16 May!

17. Mike Schaap

Ben je oké?’ campagne voor betere sociale veiligheid

ORAS has brought Rutgers' "Are you OK?" campaign to Delft to discuss and prevent cross-border and social safety behaviour. We want the university to be a pleasant and safe place for everyone, without undesirable situations. Do you think this is an important issue too? Then vote for ORAS on 15 and 16 May! 

18. Eline Rosenthal

Financial support for development alongside your studies

ORAS believes that every student should be able to develop alongside their studies. For this reason, ORAS advocates more financial support for development alongside your studies, by increasing RPF (Regeling Profileringsfonds), for example. This way, development alongside your studies becomes accessible to more students! Do you think this is important too? Then vote for ORAS on 15 and 16 May!

19. Anniek van Gent

Wellbeing fund for associations

Study and student associations organise all kinds of things related to wellbeing: symposia, workshops and panel discussions. This is how we make wellbeing discussable and reduce the taboo of talking about your own mental health. ORAS has ensured that 35 thousand euros are available annually for associations to organise activities around wellbeing. Do you also think this is a good initiative? Then vote for ORAS on 15 and 16 May! 

20. Xavier Verwijmeren Kraan

Permanente ‘zachte knip

ORAS wants you to be able to move on to your master's degree without delay. That is why we advocate a permanent 'soft cut' at TU Delft, so that you can already start your master's while you are finishing your bachelor's degree. This way, no student will ever again have to pay tuition fees for a year for only 5 credits. Do you want this too? Then vote for ORAS on 15 and 16 May! 

21. Margot van de Klok

Only pay for the courses you follow

ORAS makes studying affordable; only pay for the courses you take! Don't waste money on subjects you don't want to/cannot take. So whether you're doing a board year, are a sports fanatic or are not feeling so great, ORAS makes sure you don't pay too much. And rest assured, as far as we are concerned, you will never pay more than the normal tuition fees! Do you want this too? Then vote for ORAS on 15 and 16 May! 

22. Mirte Giethoorn

Education with healthy performance pressure

ORAS strives to ensure that education is organised in a way with healthy performance pressure. This means that students who, for example, struggle with mental complaints or a disability, deserve the same appreciation and support as honours students. In this way, we create an environment where everyone feels valued and can flourish. Do you think this is important too? Then vote for ORAS on 15 and 16 May!

23. Lucas van Rossum

Volunteering for Delft with StudentDoet

ORAS has organised a StudentDoet day in cooperation with StudentenVrijwilligerswerkDelft (SVD) for two years in a row. During this day, students volunteer for the city of Delft. For instance, student and study associations facilitate volunteer actions in cooperation with social organisations. A benefit concert is also held on this day, during which money is raised for a good cause. In this way, ORAS is committed to the student image in the city of Delft. Do you think this is an important issue as well? Then vote for ORAS on 15 and 16 May!

24. Tom Blokland

ChatGPT 4.0 for every student

New (AI) technologies like ChatGPT are on the rise and are widely used by students as study support. ORAS believes that TU Delft should embrace the use of AI and that new developments like ChatGPT should be included in the curriculum. To support students in this, ORAS wants to offer students a ChatGPT 4.0 license! Do you want this too? Then vote for ORAS on 15 and 16 May!

25. Hein Schröder

Big supermarket at the TU

Do you sometimes forget your lunch or dinner when you study? As far as ORAS is concerned, there will be a large and affordable supermarket on campus. That way, you can keep on studying! Do you also want a big supermarket at the TU? Then vote for ORAS on 15 and 16 May!

26. Jan Hulsebosch

Less deadlines, more wellbeing

ORAS believes that setting unnecessary deadlines does not contribute to good education. That is why we are committed to fewer deadlines, so that you have more space to organise your studies yourself and get the best results. No more unnecessary stress from time pressure! Do you agree? Then vote for ORAS on 15 and 16 May!

27. Lotte Rutten

Free menstrual products by ORAS

Iedere student moet zich comfortabel voelen op de TU. Zo hebben we ervoor gezorgd dat bij elk servicepunt gratis menstruatieproducten beschikbaar zijn voor noodgevallen. In de toekomst wil ORAS dat de menstruatieproducten op iedere wc verkrijgbaar zijn! Wil jij dit ook? Stem dan 15 en 16 mei op ORAS!

28. Sjoerd Haverlag

The GreenWeek inspires you

It is important that TU Delft encourages and inspires its students in the field of sustainability. For this reason, ORAS has launched a campus-wide GreenWeek in collaboration with a number of student associations and GreenTU. During this week, various activities related to sustainability will be organised. This way, we inspire every TU Delft student! Then vote for ORAS on 15 and 16 May!

29. Sander van Grootveld

XXL-opening hours: study when you want to

Thanks to ORAS, there are XXL opening hours during exam weeks. This way, study halls are open longer and you can study until late in the evening. So you can study whenever it suits you! Do you think this is a good idea too? Then vote for ORAS on 15 and 16 May!

30. Hester Zoet

All lectures on Collegerama

ORAS makes sure you can study anytime, anywhere! We think it is important that lectures are streamed live on Collegerama, so you can ask the lecturer questions if you cannot be physically present. ORAS also wants all lectures to be recorded and put on Collegerama, so you can make your own schedule and have the freedom to choose when you study. Do you also want all lectures to be available on Collegerama? Then vote for ORAS on 15 and 16 May!

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Je kan NU stemmen voor de Studentenraad/ You can NOW vote for the Student Council!