Student resources updates (buildings, IT, University Library)

UMcard payment temporarily out of order on 14 April after 18.00

On Wednesday 14 April after 18.00, it is temporarily not possible to pay with your UMcard. The system will be offline for a maximum of 4 hours due to maintenance.

During this time period, you can still use your UMcard to gain access to buildings and the library.

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Printing at Randwyck Library and Paul Henri Spaak learning spaces

Since FASoS has closed its doors due to the coronavirus, many students are unable to print documents and readings.

In case you need to print and are unable to make a reservation to do this in the inner city library, the Randwyck Library and the Paul Henri Spaak learning spaces are freely accessible. This means that you do not need to reserve a spot to enter these buildings or study there and are thus able to print things without needing to make a reservation.

More study spaces available in UM libraries

The UM library is cautiously opening up more study places as an answer to the increasing demand from students who have problems with studying from home.

Of course, they are taking all COVID-19 guidelines into account.

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Digital open office hours Front Office as of next week

As of next week (8 March), you can visit the FASoS Front Office digitally on Mondays and Thursdays between 14.00 and 15.00.

You can ask your study-related questions to the Front Office via Zoom: (Meeting ID: 630 296 9437).

The Front Office makes use of a digital waiting room, so it might be the case that you have to wait a little bit before you can ask your questions.

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Meanwhile at FASoS: the installation of LED lights

On 1 March, Facility Services started with the project LED lighting in the Grote Gracht buildings 76, 80-82, 86 and 90-92.

The lighting fixtures, the supporting structures with fittings for light sources, will be replaced by LED variants. Facility Services will start with the tutorial rooms after which the fixtures in offices, hallways etc. will be replaced. The planning is to have all lighting fixtures replaced by June.

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New journals available at University Library

FASoS subscribed to two new journals: Contemporary Political Theory and Global Perspectives.

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No FASoS Weekly during Carnival break 2021

On Thursday 18 February there will be no FASoS Weekly due to the Carnival break.

The next edition of the FASoS Weekly after the break will be published on Thursday 25 February.

Study spots for vulnerable students

The inner city library has several study spots available for students who cannot or have difficulties studying in their home situation. This includes for example students with a disability, students with mental or physical problems, students who feel lonely, students with caring duties, students who have children, and students who do not have the right facilities to study from home.

In case you identify with one of the above-mentioned vulnerabilities, you can reserve a study spot in the inner city library via the website.

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New online booking system student advisers

Since 1 February 2021, the new online booking system Reflex has been online. With this system, it is not necessary anymore to book your appointment with a student adviser via the FASoS front office. Instead you can book and cancel appointments directly online.

You can schedule an appointment with your student adviser via this link.

IWIO evaluations period 3

Period 3, short and sweet? Or short and full on?

Evaluate your course. IWIO is open from 29 January until 10 February.

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