On 1 September the Library Learning Centre at Roetersstraat 11 was opened: a library service with study spaces, collections, rooms for tutorials, long opening hours, facilities, a service desk and expert staff.
At the start of the academic year 2014/2015 there are over 800 study spaces
on the first floor and higher up of building H.
On the ground floor café Krater is back unchanged. The cafeteria is back as well, but with a completely new interior. Students and staff are also welcome there to study or confer.
The three old practical training rooms on the third floor have been replaced by three new, larger rooms on the first, second and third floor. What used to be the Symposium and the Spyliaroom on the ground floor are now two quiet study rooms. The air conditioning has also been improved. The floors form a single space by means of a new staircase. PUUR interior architects are responsible for the design and interior.