Among the documents you will receive when you move in, there is a form in which you have to fill in all defects of the room and its furnishings.
Fill it in carefully and note everything down. It is also possible to check the box that the defect should be repaired. This only happens if the defect is really bad (i.e. a dirty shower curtain is not replaced by the caretaker, even if you tick it).
Due too the ongoing pandemic all common rooms are closed. We are grateful for your understanding.
At least one common room is available on each floor. We have tried to furnish the rooms as they were originally completely empty.
The keys for the locked rooms can of course be borrowed. An up-to-date list of the key holders is displayed on the notice board in the entrance area.
- Table Tennis room on the ground floor (closed)
- Fitness room on the ground floor (closed)
- Study room on the 1st floor (closed)
- Billiard room on the 2nd floor (closed)
- Study room on the 3rd floor (closed)
- Assembly Hall on 3rd floor (closed)
Around the main entrance you’ll find bike racks where you can put your bikes. Since there are some broken and unused bikes there, there will be an annual bike action to remove these bikes. Please pay attention to the notices on the white board!
The bicycle parking spaces in the underground garage belong to our dormitory. They were an emergency solution when the courtyard was not ready when the house opened. Actually these parking lots should be dismantled again, in order to be able to rent these out also. The self-administration has been very active in ensuring that the pitches remain in place. For this reason we ask you to park bicycles exclusively in the stands and within the white line on the ground! If bicycles are parked everywhere and perhaps even hinder cars, the parking spaces will be removed immediately. Please help us to keep them.
Bicycles have already been stolen from the underground car park several times. Often bicycles or saddles were removed. Please make sure that you always lock your bicycles well at the bicycle stands (then they cannot simply be carried away). It is also a good idea to secure the saddle with a small lock.