Electronic lockers

The Central Library, Nikolakloster, Business Administration & Economics, Computer Science & Mathematics buildings and also the Law Libraries' reading room are equipped with electronic lockers which are operated with the CampusCard. Like the other lockers, these are free of charge. However, to discourage permanent use of these lockers, you will incur a minimum charge of 5 euros if the locker is not emptied by the closing time of the relevant reading room.

Using the lockers without a CampusCard

Library users who do not have a CampusCard may obtain a guest card from the check-out desks against a cash deposit. These cards can then be used throughout the same day to operate the electronic lockers.

How to use the lockers (German)

Locker regulations

Lockers operated with a coin or a padlock

Non electronic lockers can be found in the entrance area of the Business Administration and Economics Library reading room and Computer Science & Mathematics Library reading room. These are either operated with a 2-euro coin, which is returned to you when you open the locker, or a padlock, which you will need to provide yourself. These lockers are for daytime use only and must be cleared at night. Longer-term use is not permitted.

Longer-term lockers for students writing their thesis or dissertation

The Central Library and the Business Administration & Economics Library reading room have a limited number of lockers intended for use by students who are writing their dissertation or thesis.

Regulations for lockers for students writing their dissertation or thesis (German)

Dissertation/thesis confirmation form (German) – to be completed by the Chair. You must present the completed form to rent a longer-term locker.

Ask for long-term lockers at the Central Library's check-out desk or the Business Administration & Economics Library helpdesk.

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Central Library, 1st floor
Innstrasse 29

Phone: +49 851 509 1630


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