Student card as access card

Department of Mechanical and Production Engineering

Students

Your student card acts as an access card to the buildings where your normal teaching takes place - at Kathrinebjerg or Navitas. Order your student card here.

Contact the Department's secretariat through e-mail: mpe@au.dk.

If you are in need of access to specific labs or buildings then ask your teacher or supervisor to contact the secretariat with a description of the buildings you need acces to, the purpose and for how long you need access.

Employees

You are able to order an access card but it need to be activated by the secretariat before use. 

Order an access card here.

Manage your personal code for your access card here.

Department of Biological and Chemical Engineering

You can contact the secretariat officer Maria Benthin Andersen: mba@bce.au.dk or the secretariat of the Department: bce@au.dk, in order to gain access to Biological and Chemical Engineering's buildings.

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Your old student card will shut down automatically if you order a new card based on security reasons.

You can contact the department you are enrolled in, in order to gain access:

  • Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering ece@au.dk

Remember to specify your student registration code or AUID.

Department of Civil and Architectural Engineering

Your old student card will shut down automatically if you order a new card based on security reasons.

You can contact the department you are enrolled in, in order to gain access:

  • Department of Civil and Architectural Engineering cae@au.dk

Remember to specify your student registration code or AUID.

Lost or damaged card?

 

If your card is lost or damaged you must order a new card through the self-service system.

Please state your studentnumber og AUID.


 

You can use your student identity card as an access card

Your student card is your ID when you must document, that you are a student at Aarhus University.

It is particularly important that you bring your student card to examinations.

In connection with your admission to the degree program, you must upload a photo via the Self-service and order a student card. Your student identity card will be posted directly to your private home address.

Read more about student identity cards at http://studerende.au.dk/en/counselling/studentid/

Your student card in itself does not document that you are an active student at Aarhus University. To document this, you need a confirmation of your admission. You can print a copy of your confirmation of admission at the Self-service.

It is a good idea always to carry your student card with an updated confirmation of your admission.


Student card as access card

As an engineering student at Aarhus University, you will automatically get access to the engineering locations at Navitas and Katrinebjerg. Outside of normal opening hours, you can access the buildings with your student card.

The student card works as access card during your time as a student with us. The access will close automatically when you graduate or deregister from your engineering education.

You run your card through/over the card reader and enter your PIN code - and at Navitas - followed by #

Important

  • Your student/access card is personal and may not be used by others.
  • Don’t let other people in with your card.
  • You may not put something in the doors to keep them open. This will activate the alarm and make it possible for people with no business at the locations to enter.

Pincode

If you can’t remember your PIN code, you can generate a new one at pinkode.au.dk

Access to special rooms

To access the laboratories, you must contact your teacher.


Insurance

Aarhus University's insurance does not cover your personal belongings. Therefore, we recommend that you take out an accident insurance covering you 24 hours. If you cause injury or damage to others or their property, you are personally liable for paying compensation unless you have taken out an insurance to cover such claims.

 

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