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Summer holidays closure 2019

Summer 2019 NASP opening times

NASP Secretary (via Pace building, ground floor) will be closed from to 26 August, 2019.

The Umanitaria Building – third floor offices - will be closed from 5 to 23 August 2019.
Ground floor offices may be accessed with badge.

 

All the University of Milan buildings with all central and branch offices, departments, libraries and University services will be closed from 12 to 17 August 2019 (COMPLETE CLOSURE).
Please, check the summer opening time of all the University libraries and offices before visiting, for instance the “Collotti Pischel” library: http://www.sba.unimi.it/Biblioteche/scpol/1869.html

 

Students can access via Pace ground floor with their access card for all the summer period. Without NASP staff, students can use spaces and facilities under their own responsibility and without any assistance.

 

We wish also to remind the via Pace 10 gate opening time:

Monday to Friday  - from 7.30 am till 7.00 pm 
Saturday - from 7.30 am till 1.00 pm

Sunday: CLOSED

 

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