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  • 1990 - The student social environment in Vestfold consists of a number of different groupings without any form of cooperation
  • 1991 - An initiative to start a larger Organization arises, but the planning goes slow
  • 1993 - Party & Culture is a result of a long process for starting a major student organisation at HVE (USN)
  • 1995 - Vestfold Student Society is established as the central student organisation that brings together all the groups in an organisation
  • 1998 - After a number of deficit projects, the student society has poor finances and is reorganised significantly to change this
  • 2000 - The student society has a more overall leadership, a stronger economy and a significantly greater success with its events. The 5th anniversary is celebrated during the StudentUka 2000 at Bakkenteigen
  • 2001 - The ski trips to Hemsedal is introduced with great success and the sports team has grown to form an important part of the Organization
  • 2002 - The attendance of concerts hosted by the Student Society is declining, and more "commercial" activities become more popular and takes up more of the income.
  • 2003 - An economic buffer is built. The Ski trips to Hemsedal becomes a great success in January.
  • 2006 - Party & Culture is divided into two separate boards, the board of parties and the board of concerts.
  • 2008 - The student society buys it own PA system, financed with the funds from Musikkverkstedordningen and saved capital.
  • 2009 - The Student Welfare Organisation buys a boathouse at Tønsberg marina where it is established a student house. Vestfold Student Society and The Student Welfare Organisation establishes an operating company in cooperation to run the student house.
  • 2009 - Huste in Horten decays and the General Assembly decides that TFH must come up with a financing plan in order to continue further the operations. The financing plan does not come and the operations at the House will be settled with effects from the 1st of August 2009. TFH withdraws from the Student Society and Huset is transferred to TFH with effect from 1st of December 2009

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Our offices are located at Campus Arena on Campus Vestfold
  (the building with the gym and sportshall).

  Visiting adress: Raveien 201, 3184 Borre
  Postal adress: Boks 4, 3199 Borre
  Emailpost@studentsamfunnet.no

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