-50% for Helga members
Why are Helga’s petrol blue coveralls?
How are the coveralls worn?
§ 1 The student union’s coveralls are used at national as well as local student events. In Helga’s events coveralls are weared, unless it is specifically prohibited due to the dress code.
§ 2 The coveralls are not washed, but only ventilated if, for example, the smell requires it. Any stains are removed locally.
§ 3 Coverall patches are placed by sewing, not by gluing. It is a good idea to reserve the areas for annual event patches, such as the RaflaRumba Appro coverall patches.
§ 4 It is advisable to carry exchange coverall patches when leaving for events. Exchange coverall patches can be, for example, patches from your student union.
§ 5 Do not sew coverall patches on top of advertisements.
§ 6 Tutors shall place their tutor badge in a visible place on the left thigh of the coveralls.
§ 7 You can exchange the legs of an coverall with, for example, your partner. The sleeves of the coverall can be swapped as a sign of good friendship.
§ 8 In addition to coverall patches, various necessities may also be attached to coveralls. One of the good practical accessories is, for example, a shot glass. Be sure to also get a belt for the coveralls. In addition to this, you can, for example, hang your Wappu diploma in your coveralls.
§ 9 Your coveralls will receive an official baptism at the Coverall Baptism, which is typically held during the 8 Day May Day. Place the patch you received after the baptism on your back next to the text Haaga-Helia.
§ 10 When wearing coveralls, you are a representative of your UAS and the student union. Always remember to behave politely and consider others.