XXL hours from Saturday 18 May – Thursday 13 June

16 May 2019

Need a place to study? During the upcoming exam period, we offer UM students extra opening hours from Saturday 18 May – Thursday 13 June. Also check out the informal study places and bookable rooms within UM campus. New: 24/7 studying at the Studenthotel Maastricht during XXL weeks.

24/7 at Studenthotel

As a pilot, during these XXL weeks, both the restaurant and the lobby at Studenthotel provide a quiet and safe environment and have good WiFi connections. Please note: access only with your UMcard.

 

Extended hours in three UM Library locations

 

Inner City Library

  • Saturday 18 May: 08.30  – 24.00*
  • Sunday 19 May until Thursday 13 June: 08.00 – 24.00

*Please note: the library entrance at the Nieuwenhofstraat will be closed from Friday 17 May 15.30 to Saturday 18 May 12.00

For a break: FFWD will be open Monday – Friday 09.00 – 19.00 | Saturday – Sunday 10.00 – 20.00

 

Randwyck Library

  • Saturday 18 and Sunday 19 May: 08.30 – 18.00
  • Saturday 25 and Sunday 26 May: 08.30 – 18.00
  • Saturday 1 and Sunday 2 June: 08.30 – 18.00

Please note: Saturday 8 June: Closed (maintenance Randwyck building)

For a break on Saturday and Sunday: FFWD will be open from 11.00 – 15.00

 

Bonnefanten Learning Spaces

  • Saturday 25 and Sunday 26 March: 08.30 – 18.00
  • Saturday 1 and Sunday 2 June: 08.:30 – 18.00

For a break: Coffeelovers will be open from 08.30 – 18.00

 

Informal study places within UM Campus

Preparing for your exams? Busy in the University Library? Check out all learning spaces available during the whole academic year at the Maastricht University Campus, mapped by the University Library. Over 400 informal study places are available at UM buildings. You can use these spots if you want to study with your own device; there is a WiFi connection. You will find the informal study places in this overview (click the image):

 

Informal study places within UM Campus

 

Bookable rooms within UM Campus

If classrooms at faculties are not used for education purposes, you can reserve them to study via the Student Portal in ‘Book a Room’. You can also find other bookable rooms within UM buildings in this system.

Author: Susanne Snijders, Communications Officer at UM Library

 


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