This nationally representative student survey combines various student surveys that were previously conducted separately under one roof: the Social Survey (Sozialerhebung, since 1951), the Student Survey (Studierendensurvey, since 1982), EUROSTUDENT (since 2000) and Studying with Impairments (beeinträchtigt studieren, since 2006). This has the advantage of reducing the survey density at higher education institutions; at the same time, it provides a representative data basis for educational reporting and research. Higher education institutions are the central partners for the success of the survey. For this large-scale student survey, it is necessary to invite every third student to take part in the survey online in the summer semester of 2021. In order for this project to succeed, we rely on your support, especially when it comes to approaching students.