Provisions related to the emblems of the student union and the issuing and use of those emblems are given in the Flag and Emblem Code of the Student Union. In addition to the emblems of the student union, many associations have their own emblems and their own codes that regulate their issuing and use. The emblems include e.g. various sashes, badges of honour and badges of merit and their miniature versions.

The student union’s sash

Current and former members of the student union as well as employees have the right to carry the student union’s sash. Each member of the student union may get the sash for free from the student union’s service points

The student union sash is 30 mm wide and is carried from the right shoulder over the chest diagonally to the left. The sash should not touch exposed skin. The sash can also be carried as a 95 mm wide three-leaf rosette in the left lapel.

Badges

TREY recognizes accolades for work for the student union. The badges awarded to individuals include the badge of honor, the badge of merit and the badge of an honorary member. Communities may be awarded a student union standard as a token of appreciation.

The badge of honor can be awarded to a person who has acted for a particularly long time, actively and extensively for the benefit of the student union and has promoted the goals and aspirations of the student union.

The badge of honor is a golden jubilee symbol of the student union, worn in the middle of a wide student union sash. When the badge is awarded, a miniature badge of honor is also awarded.

The badge of merit can be awarded to a current or former member of the student union who has worked long and actively for the benefit of the student union and promoted the goals and aspirations of the student union.

The badge of merit is a silver jubilee symbol of the student union, worn in the middle of a wide student union sash. When the badge is awarded, a miniature badge of merit is also awarded.

The badge of an honorary member is awarded upon being invited as an honorary member. The student union may invite as an honorary member a person who has acted with great merit on behalf of the student union. Only a person who is not a current or former member of the student union may be invited as an honorary member.

The honorary member’s badge is a bronze jubilee symbol of the student union, worn in the middle of a wide student union sash. When the badge is awarded, a miniature honorary member’s badge is also awarded.