Maintenance of Library system (25-26 Feb)
An upgrade of the library system will take place on Thursday 25 and Friday 26 February. On these days, there may be disruptions in consulting the library catalog, placing reservations and renewing books. It will still be possible to borrow and return books in the library (main building).
If you have any questions, you can contact us through email@example.comWe apologize for any inconvenience.
Library open during the Spring Holiday (also during the weekends)
During the Spring Holiday (Saturday February 20th to Sunday February 28th) the library is open 7 days a week at the main building.
- Mon-Fri 9.00 - 18.00 uur
- Sat-Sun 10.00 - 18.00 uur
Expansion of study places at the main office and at the locations Sportcampus and Delft
From Monday, February 8, the number of study places at the main location will be expanded outside the library. Study places will also be available at the locations Sportcampus Zuiderpark and Delft. These new places must also be reserved in advance here.
There are 30 study places available in the library on the Sport Campus and 16 places at the Delft location.
Pay attention! Evening opening is canceled due to curfew.
Due to the curfew imposed by the government, the evening opening of the library will be canceled until further notice.
The opening hours of the library will be as follows:
- Mon to Fri 9 am - 6 pm
- Sat and Sun 10 am - 6 pm
Study places library available on reservation only
The library at the main location remains open during regular opening hours for individual study. You can only use a study place if you have reserved a study place in the library in advance.
There are no study places available elsewhere in the building. The study places at the locations on the Sport Campus, in Zoetermeer and in Delft are also not available.
From the 22nd of December it will be possible to place reservations for the new calendar year, also via your mobile phone.
You can reserve a study place via various routes (make sure you work with Chrome or Edge):
- Via the tile of the iFrontoffice or the library tile on the student portal
- Via the library website
- Via the H/Library tab on Blackboard
If you are unable to attend at the time reserved by you, or if you have health problems, please cancel via the link in the confirmation email. Then the place becomes available for other firstname.lastname@example.org
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