All Study Spaces are freely accessible for all students in Brussels. All we ask is for you to sign the check-in/check-out list at the frontdesk.
A couple locations close during weekends and holidays, but others stay open. Check out the Facebook page and website for the most up-to-date info on every location.
Earliest opening is at 8am. Latest closing hour is 10pm. But this also differs per location. Check out the Facebook page and website for the most-up-to-date info on every location. Warning: If past 8pm there are less than 3 students in the Study Space, the responsible reserves the right to close up early.
All the locations have multiple power sockets and extension chords. You should have no problem finding a place to plug in your laptop.
There is free wifi in every Study Space. Feel free to ask the code at the frontdesk or the responsible student at your location.
There is no eating allowed in the quiet rooms. There are separate snack/lunchrooms for this. Drinking is allowed (ofcourse). Warning: there will be no fridges available for your food! Every location (except for GC’s) does have free water and coffee available.
No, you can not reserve seats in the Study Spaces.
For the moment we don’t have a system to show you the exact amount of seats available. But you can always message us, put a post on Facebook or call the location itself.
Of course you can take a break, go out for a quick lunch or run a small errand. Then you can just leave your books until you get back. Keeping seats for all of your friends who are running late, or staying away for hours yourself, is not tolerated. When a responsible notices this behavior, you might be addressed or your place may be taken by an other student.
Some locations have rooms that are suitable for group assignments. Call or email a Study Space in your neighborhood beforehand to ask if such a room is available.