JUNE - Opening hours service desks and canteens during the summer

In consultation with the faculties and services, the service desks and canteens will have changed opening hours this summer. We also have a number of general announcements for this summer. We wish you a sunny season!

Service Desks

Our services will be continued as much as possible. A few things will be changed slightly:

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Issuance of keys will take place during the Service Desk opening hours. At the Vrijhof, keys can be picked up at the Library Service Desk after 2 PM.

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Mail and packages will be picked up/delivered as usual according to the schedule. Please submit any express mail or registered mail before 12:00 whenever possible; otherwise, please call the building's Service Desk. You'll be connected to the employees there who will help you further.

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Have a question/request and your Service Desk is closed? A sign on the counter will indicate how you can get your question answered.

Changed opening hours:

Week 28 – 33 (6 July - 14 August)

Bastille

Mon - Fri 8 AM - 6 PM
Closed on weekends.

Cubicus

Mon - Thu 8 AM - 2 PM

Closed on Friday

Ravelijn

Mon - Fri 8 AM - 2 PM

Vrijhof

Mon - Fri 8 AM - 2 PM

Closed on weekends

Spiegel

Closed

Regular opening hours

Week 28 – 33 (6 July - 14 August)

Horst

Mon - Fri 8 AM - 6 PM

ITC

Mon - Fri 7.30 AM - 7 PM

Waaier / Hal B

Mon - Thu 8 AM - 7 PM

Fri 8 AM - 6 PM

For changes to the Sports Centre's opening hours, please check their website..

Canteens

The canteens have different opening hours this summer:

Location

Period

Opening hours

Horst

6 July – 14 August

12.00 – 13.30 h

Faculty Club

13 July – 19 July

22 July – 14 August

Opened in daytime

Closed

Waaier

6 July – 21 August

12.00 – 13.30 h (Mon-Fri)
17.00 – 18.00 h (Mon-Thu)

Vrijhof, Theatercafé

6 July – 14 August

17 August – 21 August

Closed

10.00 – 21.00 h

Spiegel

6 July – 21 August

12.00 – 13.30 h

Coffee corners Waaier/Ravelijn

20 July – 14 August

Closed

General Announcements

Cooling at your workplace

Summer is approaching and, with it, there will most likely also be sunnier and warmer days. Some buildings are equipped with a cooling system, but have no air conditioning. There we have a so-called top-cooling. This is a cooling system with limited cooling capacity. The temperature will be reduced up to 2 to 3 degrees in relation to the outdoor temperature. Other buildings can only be cooled and ventilated by natural means. If you want to know exactly what is applicable in your building, then please consult the Service Desk in your building.

Close windows and doors

Of course, the beautiful weather invites you to open the windows. Remember, at the end of your working day, to close your windows as well as your door.

General questions and remarks

If you have questions and/or comments, please contact the Service Desk in your building.

Kinds regards,

Facility Services