An ING ATM can be found next to the supermarket (building Sky, no 51).
In the Coop Supermarket (building Sky, no 51), there is a PostNL Service Point to send and receive packages using the PostNL service.
In the Sky building (no 51) you can find unmanned parcel lockers from De Buren. If the webshop supports this feature, you can ask them to send the goods directly to one of the parcel lockers. A dedicated smart phone app informs you if the packet has arrived and gives you the the unlock code. Very handy if there is nobody home during office hours, or if you want to order things without informing your room mates about it (yet).
The buildings Horst, Bastille, University library (Vrijhof) and Hall B offer charging terminals for phones and tablets. These can be used free of charge. As yet, they are placed in the context of a pilot: the use of these charging stations will be measured, after which it is determined what the next steps will be.
The Student Pastoral Care Centre (room 303), sanctuary (room 324) and mosque (room 301) are all located inside the Vrijhof building. More information can be found on the pages of the student pastoral care centre.
Bike and car rental on campus is available through the GoAbout app, available for Android and iOS. For more information see https://flowtwente.goabout.com (in Dutch).
You are only allowed to park on the campus in designated parking bays. Parking is free for all buildings. Larger parking areas are shown on the campus map (pdf).
There are charging stations for bicycles in the bike sheds for staff of the buildings Waaier, Horst, Cubicus, Sports Centre, Spiegel, Designlab and Vrijhof. Charging stations for electric cars are available at various parking areas. They are indicated on the campus map (pdf).
All charging stations are connected to the infra-network. Payments can be made through existing national payment systems and cards.