University Library City Centre: access gates activated
The access gates at the University Library City Centre have been activated.
All visitors (UG internal and external) need to present their access cards at the access gates at all times when entering and exiting the building. Please note this may cause some inconvenience.
Passing the access gates: step by step.
DO NOT share your access card with someone else! If your card is checked-in twice, it will be blocked when exiting the building.
Access to the UL City Centre per target group
The University Library City Centre is a public building. Everyone who currently has access to the building, can still enter through the gates. Exceptions are the so-called UG only-weeks in exam periods, in which only University of Groningen students and staff and other library user with an access card may enter the building (see below).
The permanent activation of the access gates will allow us to monitor the amount of visitors present in the building. This is important in emergency situations.
UG students and staff
Owners of a University card can access the building through the gates at all times.
Present your card at the 'standard' gates, do NOT use the barcode readers!
first have to activate their UMCG pass at the Central Medical Library.
After that, one can access the UL building through the gates on the far right-hand side; there is a barcode scanner installed here.
Students and staff of Hanzehogeschool
Owners of a Hanzepass can access the building through the gates on the far right-hand side; there is a barcode scanner installed here.
Please note: Four times a year, the UL City Centre is only accessible for UG students and staff.
Owners of a Martinikaart and other library pass holders
can access the building through the gates on the far right-hand side; there is a barcode scanner installed here.
Guest wanting to visit our Special Collections or other departments or events in the library (HOVO, DNPP, Centre for Russian Studies etc.) can report at the Reception (ground floor) and will receive a visitors' pass to access the building. Please inform us of visit by calling: +31 50 363 5000. If you would like to have access to material from the closed stacks, you can purchase a day pass for € 2,50.
|Last modified:||09 January 2019 2.08 p.m.|