Within the university you can reserve rooms for educational and non-regular educational purposes, but also for events, meetings and gatherings.
Reserve a room in Outlook
Do you want to meet with a small group of people (2 to 12 persons)? You often can make a room reservation in your digital agenda in Outlook (read the Dutch explanation).
Someone at the Service desk of the building often has to approve your request. You receive an e-mail when your request is approved or not.
Reserve a room with paper form
Are you organizing an event? Are you giving a (guest) lecture? Or do you have a meeting with a larger group? You can make a room reservation by paper form. You hand in the form at the Service desk of the building. This also applies to people from outside the university who would like to reserve a room.
Below you find the forms of the locations at Leiden University. Print it out and see where you can find the Service desks of the buildings.
- Form KOG and Sterrewacht
- Form Pieter de la Court
- Form Oude UB, Academy building and Gravensteen
- Form WSD
- Form Van Steenis
- Form Campus The Hague - room reservation
- Form Campus The Hague - lecture hall reservation
View room reservation
Would you like to know where a course is taught or check out an online reservations? Please go to the room reservation system (ZRS).View your room reservation in ZRS
Book a room for regular teaching and examinations
Please use the forms below to book a room for regular teaching and examinations.
In doing so please take into account room availability and facilities (PDF).
You can e-mail the completed forms to the Scheduling Rooms department (zalenbeheer): firstname.lastname@example.org.
Book a room for other purposes
Please use the form below to book a room or cancel a booking for other purposes than teaching.
- Faculty of Humanities room booking form (PDF document).
NOTE: To complete the form you should first save the file.
If you have any questions, please contact the Service Desk by e-mail or telephone:
Service Desk Lipsius, Central Hall
071 527 2402
There are no additional fees for booking a room, although you will be charged for extra cleaning or other facilities. For these additional fees you need to have a SAP number.
If you want to reserve a room for a seminar, conference or meeting, you can contact the secretariat. Please mention the activity, number of attendants and time for which you want to make the reservation. Reservations for activities related to education, can be send to the Education Administration Office.
A representative meeting room is available on the second floor of the Huizinga Building. It can host a maximum of 25 people. The room includes a computer, a beamer, a sound system and a flipover. The Conference Room can be reserved by staff members of the institute for meetings, seminars and conferences. Priority is given to conferences. The reservation can be made by sending an email to the secretariat. Unlike most rooms on campus, the Conference Room is always locked. The key can be picked up from the secretariat or from the reception desk in the Lipsius Building.
Small Meeting Room
Room 1.62a is a small meeting room on the first floor of the Huizinga Building, where one-on-one meetings with students or small team meetings (maximum of 6 people) can be held. You can freely use the room when it's vacant. However, room reservations always have priority. The room can be reserved through Google Calendar. The login details for this calendar can be requested for at the secretariat.
The Common Room (koffiekamer) is available every weekday from 17:00 for drinks after meetings or conferences. Reservations need to be made through the secretariat. The secretariat can also help with the organisation of the drinks.
The Huizinga building and all other buildings on campus, except for the Lipsius Building, are opened for visitors and students from 07:30 - 17:30 on weekdays. In the evening and during the weekends, staff members can use their office space in the Huizinga building by picking up the key to the main entrance with their 'blue key card'. Visitors are not allowed in outside the regular opening hours. The Lipsius building has longer opening hours and is opened during the weekends as well.