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Update: Access gates open at University Library City Centre

09 May 2018

Due to technical problems with the access gates at the University of Groningen Library City Centre, we have decided to re-open the access gates with immediate effect.

This means that visitors do not need an access card to enter the library for the time being. Please note, the access control during the exam periods remains in effect.

We will now thoroughly investigate the technical issues with all parties involved.

Last modified:09 January 2019 11.47 a.m.
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