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Extended opening hours UB from 20 March-9 April

15 March 2023

During the upcoming period both the UB City Centre and the UB Zernike have extended opening hours. This period with extra opening hours is planned around the exam periods at UG faculties and begins some time before the start of the exam periods.

UB City Centre: UG only

From 20 March until 9 April the UB City Centre is only accessible for students and staff of the University of Groningen (and other holders of a library card). Hanze students will have no access to the library in this period.

  • Opening hours: 8.30 am - midnight

Please note: On Easter Monday (10 April) the UB City Centre will be closed

UB Zernike

At the UB Zernike the period runs from 20 March until 6 April. The opening hours will be:

  • Mo-Fr: 9 am - 8 pm
  • Sa 25/26 March: 10 am - 6 pm
  • Sa 1/2 April: 10 am - 6 pm

Please note: Good Friday (7 April) and Easter Monday (10 April) the UB Zernike will be closed


See: opening hours Central Medical Library (CMB)

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