SSCO was founded in 1896 and is a member organisation for student unions in the Stockholm region. SSCO currently has around 40 member unions and, through them, represent over 90,000 students. It is the unions that are members of SSCO and not the individual students. All information can be found below.

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Information and tips for house-hunting students in the Stockholm region can be found here.


Find information about membership, our member union list and creating a new union here.

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About SSCO

SSCO was founded in 1896 and is a member organisation for student unions in the Stockholm region. 

Contact us

Here you'll find the contact details to SSCO's presidency, chancellery and ceremonial masterss.

Study in Stockholm

Student union membership

In Stockholm you can only become a member of a student union once you have registered at as a student at the university where the union is active. As a member of an SSCO-affiliated student union you receive a number of benefits connected to the student union’s SSCO membership.

Akademisk kvart

Akademisk kvart is an intermediary subletting agency aimed at students which was created by SSCO in 2011. Here you can find temporary housing solutions while you are studying. It is a free of charge, not for profit service run by SSCO’s chancellery.                                                                                 


Studentpalatset offers a quiet environment for studying for the majority of Stockholm students with almost 300 spaces in quiet study halls and around 300 spaces in group study rooms and the corridors. Whether or not you have access depends on which university you are attending.

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