Library’s opening hours: Main summer holidays 2024

Loan desk opening hours of the University Library during the summer break (01.07.2024 – 30.09.2024):


July and September:

Mon – Wed, Fri: 08:30 – 16:00
Thu: 08.30 – 19:00

Mon to Fri: 08:30 – 12:00

Saturday: closed (July – September)

Normal opening hours start: Tuesday, 01.10.2024


All registered users have unrestricted access to the library‘s reading rooms.

Registration for the 24-hour library is possible via the campus system under “My settings” >> 24-hour library.
Please register at least one day before you plan to use this service for the first time. Accounts are activated every day at midnight.

Please use our self-service kiosks and the automatic return drop box when loan desk is closed!


Summer break borrowing: 27.06. – 18.09.2024

As usual, we offer students and external users the possibility to take out several open-shelf books for a longer period:

  • from Thursday, June 27, 2024
  • you can take out up to 6 open-shelf books (reading rooms)
  • for 30 Days (renewable)
  • until Wednesday, September 18, 2024 at the latest


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