We're nearly there! From 4 February 2019, the Faculty of Science, Faculty of Geosciences and the Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences will be using teaching areas in the education premises at Bolognalaan 101. This space will replace the teaching areas in the Willem C. van Unnik Building and those on the Israëlslaan. At the bottom you will find photos of the various rooms in the building.
What is the current state of affairs?
This month, the various rooms will be equipped with AV installations, furniture, computers and printers. The last tests will then be carried out to ensure that everything works properly, allowing the teaching to start on 4 February 2019.
Would you like a tour? No problem!
At the end of January, we will be organising several tours of the premises. Lecturers will receive a personal invitation for this, but students are naturally also welcome. Curious to find out more about the building? Be sure to visit on one of the following dates. We will meet at the reception at the front of the building:
Monday 21 January: 12 pm
Tuesday 22 January: 2 pm
Wednesday 23 January: 10 am
Thursday 24 January: 11 am
Accessibility and opening hours
The premises at Bolognalaan 101 are in the Utrecht Science Park (USP), across from the Androclus Building (see photo). This location is approximately a five-minute walk from the Van Unnik Building and about a ten-minute walk from the Buys Ballot Building. For staff or students are arriving by car, the car park on the Cambridgelaan is within walking distance. No car parking is available at the building itself.
It is, of course, possible to park bicycles there. Service bicycles will be provided for lecturers who need to get from other USP buildings to the Bolognalaan. This will allow them to begin their classes on time. Plan your journey with Google Maps or travel by public transport.
The building is open:
From Monday to Thursday from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.
On Fridays from 7 a.m. to 7.00 p.m.
On Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
On Monday 4 February, all lecturers, students and visitors will receive a warm welcome at Bolognalaan 101, where refreshments will also be served. Extra staff will also be present to answer any questions you may have and point you in the right direction.