As CEU’s new campus’s BREEAM certification attests, the new buildings were designed with sustainability in mind, and are packed with solutions to reduce energy waste. Find out more about all the technology and smart design that went into the new campus in the new Building User Guide. Download it here!
Updates regarding catering possibilities within the two new buildings (N13 and N15):
Please take these details into consideration when planning an event with reception. Also, please note that food is not allowed in any rooms, beverages are only allowed in closed bottles, or in containers with closed lids (see University Policies: House Rules and Regulations and Space Booking Policy - CEU Novell login required).
New ID cards have been issued for all members of the CEU community. The cards can be picked up from the Campus Services Group at Nador 11 Courtyard daily from 9 am – 4 pm. Old ID cards will still work for printing but will be decommissioned on October 31, 2016.
The following units and departments have now been relocated to Nador 13 building by the end of this week:
· Business School – 4th-6th floors
· Center for Teaching and Learning – 6th floor
· Philosophy Department – 2nd floor
· Environmental Science and Policy Department – 1st floor
Phone extensions and email addresses remain unchanged.
Since 2010, CEU has been celebrating Earth Day in a variety of ways from hosting sustainability fairs to planting a friendship tree in collaboration with the U.S. Embassy and CEU's home district mayor. This year, nearly 20 volunteers gathered in CEU's Japanese Garden to give the area a good spring clean by weeding, repotting and planting new seedlings and young plants for the Edible Garden.