There are two types of bike storage area's on campus: open bike storage areas and indoor/enclosed storage areas (for staff only).
Type 1: Open bike storage areas
Bicycles must be stored in the intended areas, and the entrances to the buildings must be kept free of obstruction at all times. Bringing bicycles into any of the buildings is not permitted for safety reasons.
Type 2: Indoor/enclosed bike storage areas for staff
Most buildings provide access with employee card (Citadel, Horst, Spiegel, Waaier, etc), but some building's storage areas can only be accessed with keys.
- For access with employee card: For most buildings, access is put on your employee card. In that case, use the access authorisation request form.
- For access with keys: The keys for a building’s indoor and/or enclosed bicycle storage areas can be obtained from that building’s Service Desk.
- For access with keys: The delivery time for these keys depends on the Service Desk’s stock. If the key is in stock, you will receive it right away; if it is not in stock at the time, it will have to be ordered.
- For access with employee card: If your building's bike storage works with employee card, the campus security department will activate the access on your card within a few working days.
For some buildings, you have to pay a deposit before receiving the keys.
The Facility Department’s maintenance group is responsible for the establishing and maintaining of bicycle storage areas. The Facility Department cannot be held liable in any way for any theft of or damage to bicycles or mopeds. Do not leave any goods with your bicycle or moped and make sure to lock it up properly.