Postal address & visiting address
Hasselt campus opening hours
Monday to Thursday: 8.00 to 20.00 (reception to 17.30)
Friday: 8.00 to 19.00 (reception to 17.30)
Hasselt Campus will be completely closed during the weekends. The organisation of events on Saturdays and Sundays can be discussed, subject to additional practical and financial arrangements. Request to use Hasselt University infrastructure.
Law Faculty Building and Rectory building
Monday to Thursday: 8.00 to 20.00 hrs
Friday: 8.00 to 19.00 hrs
Getting to Hasselt campus
- By train
From Antwerp, Bruges, Brussels, Ghent, Leuven and Liège, there are direct connections to the capital of Limburg every hour, seven days a week.
More information can be found on the website of the Belgian National Railway Company (NMBS/SNCB): www.nmbs.be.
You can take a taxi from the entrance to Hasselt Station. A taxi at Kolonel Dusartplein costs about €5.00. From Kolonel Dusartplein, you can walk to Hasselt Campus. Follow the signs to 'Faculteit Rechten - Universiteit Hasselt'.
- By bus
Regular fast bus services from Maaseik, Lommel, Neerpelt and Geel stop in front of Hasselt Station. There are also good connections to Hasselt from virtually every municipality in Limburg.
The Boulevardpendel ('Boulevard Shuttle', which will take you near the faculty, also leaves Hasselt Station every 5 minutes. Get off at the 'Kolonel Dusartplein' stop. The bus journey from the station to Dusartplein takes about 8 minutes. From Kolonel Dusartplein, follow the signs to 'Faculteit Rechten - Universiteit Hasselt'.
The Campushopper is a bus that travels between Hasselt station and Genk station, with stops that include the 'Kolonel Dusartplein' stop in Hasselt and the stops at Diepenbeek campus.
Services 45, 20A, 36 and 453 depart from Diepenbeek Campus to Kolonel Dusartplein in Hasselt.
Services 1 and 45 depart from Genk Station to Kolonel Dusartplein.
More information is available from De Lijn Limburg, tel. 070 220 200, de Lijnwinkel, tel. 011 850 303 or www.delijn.be. There is an information office in Stationsplein.
Hasselt campus has an unguarded bicycle park on Koekerellenpad (the path between Oude Gevangenis and the Rectory building).
Your bike will be guarded at the following locations:
Hasselt is easily reached via the E313 (exit 27, 28 and 29) and E314 (exit 29) motorways. There are numerous car parks in and around the city centre. You can leave the car on the outskirts of the town and finish your journey by bus. Near Hasselt Campus (under Kolonel Dusartplein) there is a pay car park, which can be reached via Koning Boudewijnlaan or Maastrichtersteenweg. At the end of Maastrichtersteenweg, turn right onto the Kleine Ring. After 100 m, you will see the entrance to the car park. Free parking is available close to Hasselt Campus on Vilderstraat and Koning Boudewijnlaan.
Parking options in brief
Park & Ride
- Alverberg: free parking (303), bus 'H8' to station and Grote Markt, Monday to Saturday from 7.00 to 19.00, not on Sunday or public holidays.
Parking in the city centre
- Free parkings:
Vildersstraat (200), Mouttoren (200), Kolenkaai (100), Truierbrug zuid (150) and Cultureel Centrum (320).
- Parking garages (paying):
Kolonel Dusartplein (800 spaces – near Hasselt campus), Molenpoort (420), TT-wijk (520) and Luikersteenweg (250). Information about the parking garages can be found at https://www.hasselt.be/nl/betaald-parkeren.
- Parking in the Centre zone - within and on Groene Boulevard - must be paid for during the day (9.00 - 19.00). On-street parking costs one euro for the first hour and two euros for each subsequent hour.
- Parking spaces for people with disabilities:
There are around thirty parking spaces reserved for people with a disabilities.
- More information is available on the website of the City of Hasselt.
Locations of buildings on Hasselt Campus
Hasselt city campus
Hasselt parking map
Oude Gevangenis - ground floor
Oude gevangenis - upstairs