Kuratorskollegiet, perhaps better known as KK, is a cooperative body between twelve of Lund's student nations (not Småland's).
The KK was founded in 1927 by Tage Erlander (curator of the Wermland Nation in 1926-29 and later Prime Minister) and since then the cooperation has progressed. The cooperation primarily concerns issues of common interest to the nations, such as universities, AF, unions, government and municipalities. Six sub-colleges are available to assist with common national issues in more specific areas: the Sports College, the NATU College, the Choir College, the International College and the Newspaper College. The activities are centrally managed by a President and a Vice-President.
Activities that take place under the auspices of KK include the Tandem Relay, a cycling race held in May between Gothenburg and Lund, and the Siste April games in Lundagård. Traditional competitions between the nations are held in the park. The branches are rowing, relay and the most prestigious, the tug-of-war. These games have been going on since the turn of the century and are one of the things that make Lund a great student city.