Check the number of free Campus parking spaces and the departure times of public transportation around the campus in real time, research the media offerings of the library, manage your CampusCard or have the the site plan at hand to find buildings and services on campus.
The app "Mein Bildungscampus" is free of charge, can be used without registration and is available for iOS and Android.
All functions at a glance:
On time: Departure board – powered by AStA HHN
Find all public transport departures around the Bildungscampus at your fingertips in real time.
Clever: Book Search - powered by Bibliothek LIV
Search for helpful literature in the media stock of the LIV.
Manage your CampusCard around the clock and on the go: top up credit, block the card or download receipts.
Up to date: Campus Weather
The "Campus Weather" uses data from the building control system of the Bildungscampus. The modern buildings continuously record weather data in order to regulate the settings for heating, air conditioning, lighting or dimming in advance. Whether it rains or not is measured just as much as the temperature. So why not try a building as a weatherman?
One card, many functions. The CampusCard is essential for life on the Bildungscampus - it is an ID, access key and means of payment, all in one.
Your CampusCard can now do even more. All further Informations here.
The Mensa in Bildungscampus 8 is available as an additional study space. The opening follows on from lunchtime.
The opening times for learning in the canteen are Monday to Friday 2.30 p.m. to 6.00 p.m. (The canteen is closed on weekends and public holidays.)
LIV is the jointly-run library of the Heilbronn University of Applied Sciences (HHN), Baden-Wuerttemberg Cooperative State University Heilbronn (DHBW Heilbronn) and Duale Hochschule Baden-Württemberg Center for Advanced Studies (DHBW CAS). The German Graduate School of Management and Law (GGS) and the TUM Campus Heilbronn gGmbH (TUM) are also active partners. In addition to the libraries on the Bildungscampus Heilbronn (Building 15) and on the Campus Sontheim, the LIV also includes libraries at the Heilbronn University locations in Künzelsau and Schwäbisch Hall.
The name LIV contains the central core topics to which the library has dedicated itself: learning. research. network.
The library is intended to be a place for learning, exchange and working together. This idea becomes tangible in the well-thought-out room concepts: By means of different learning areas - from interactive to quiet zones - different types of learners and learning styles are addressed. Visitors may choose from a total of 600 individual and group work stations. There are even training courses as an aid to using the LIV.
As a multi-university facility, the LIV offers users access to an extensive range of academic contents and diverse information options. A multitude of physical and digital media items are available to interested users. Moreover, by offering advice and training courses, LIV supports users with specialist expertise for reviewing, assessing and compiling information and materials.
One of a kind: LIV is a unique model project for multi-university collaboration spanning several locations which are connected with each other by virtual and logistic systems. As such, it occupies a central role in the consolidation and development of the cooperation between the participating universities. At the same time, it is about creating synergies in the areas of teaching, studying, research and transfer. For those studying, researching and teaching, LIV offers a place for digital and collaborative work as well as space for new ideas, projects and cooperations.
The new state-of-the-art building was completed in September 2019 and offers many spatial possibilities in its bright, open surroundings for tranquilly working on topics or for exchanging thoughts with others on lessons learned.
Spread over eight floors, there are interactive learning areas, PC work stations, media laboratories, silent areas, meeting rooms - and of course, all sorts of materials and literature. Outside of opening hours, there is a 24-hour area where all users can pick up ordered media or return them at the return machine at any time.
Lots of different mobility options are available to you on the campus. Use the following mobility services to cover your distances.
CampusRad Bike-sharing - the smart, environmentally-friendly way to ride through the city. Students and employees of the Bildungscampus Heilbronn as well as the Campus Sontheim may take exclusive advantage of the CampusRad bikes. A total of fifty blue bikes are located at four locations throughout the city of Heilbronn.
All information about the CampusRad can be read here.
Download the brochure with all the information here.
There is also emission-free carsharing in Heilbronn. There are two stations for collecting, charging and returning vehicles in both of the Bildungscampus carparks. Just how simply carsharing works is summarized here.
You need to register to make use of the carsharing offer. You can do this on the ZEAG website or find the app on Google Play and in the App Store. All you need is a cell phone, laptop, a class B valid driving license and an identity card. The current regulations may be found on the ZEAG website . Conveniently select the vehicle of your choice online or via the app. As soon as the active booking is started in the app, the vehicle may be opened using the app. The key is to be found in each vehicle in the glove compartment area. And off you go! The vehicle may be returned to both Bildungscampus locations (Parkhaus Ost and Parkhaus Mitte) as well as additional return stations.
Since November 2020, so-called e‐scooters from various providers have been a part of Heilbronn's cityscape. As a fast means of transport for short distances and as a supplement to public transport, they can permanently improve the diversity of mobility in Heilbronn. To use the mobility service, the app of the respective provider must be installed on your smartphone. In addition to instructions on how to rent a vehicle, users also receive information on the applicable traffic regulations and how to park their vehicles properly. The top priority on public roads is always the road safety of all users. The e-scooters are to be parked on the Bildungscampus in the bicycle stand areas.
In the future, the Bildungscampus of the Dieter Schwarz Stiftung in Heilbronn shall not only be perceived as an innovative learning and research location - it should rather provide active support to the City of Heilbronn on its way to climate neutrality. To this end, a sustainability strategy is currently being developed on the campus, primarily to reduce emissions of climate-damaging CO2 and to become completely CO2-neutral by 2030. In addition to energy management, mobility – and in particular motorized individual transport – plays a major role on the path to a climate-neutral Bildungscampus.
To the press release of the Dieter Schwarz Foundation (in German)
For an inner city campus in particular, the connection to the public transport network and the choice of means of transport for each individual are a central issue. Here, the CO2-intensive individual traffic represents an important adjustment screw in the conception of the sustainability strategy. At this point, a rethinking must be achieved and new ways found. For the Bildungscampus, these are clearly in environmental and climate protection. One building block for actively shaping the transition to environmentally friendly mobility alternatives will be the introduction of parking fees.
About half of the employees and students live within a radius of about ten kilometers from the Bildungscampus. This makes them potentially the right target group for sustainable mobility solutions, such as local public transport, sharing services or bicycles. In addition to ZEAG's car-sharing service, students and employees can also rent a so-called CampusRad free of charge on the education campus, for example to commute between the Sontheim campus and the Bildungscampus. Other measures include the connection to the general cycle path network in Heilbronn and optimizing the cycle path that connects the Sontheim campus of Heilbronn University with the Bildungscampus.
Since April 2020, a mobility manager has been installed at the LOGWERT competence center at Heilbronn University, thus investigating mobility issues at the Bildungscampus. The position is funded by the Dieter Schwarz Foundation, with the aim of developing a cross-university concept for mobility management on campus. The mobility manager offers regular consultation hours in which questions, ideas and suggestions can be placed.
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The centrally-located student residence W|27 offers modern, fully-furnished ?all-inclusive living space? for students from all of the educational establishments.
The offer is flexible and the all-in rents and short minimum rental periods make it easy to plan and calculate.
In just a few minutes you can cycle to the Bildungscampus (1.5 km), the Campus Sontheim (1.9km) as well as Heilbronn city center (1.9km). There are supermarkets for everyday needs and take-aways in the immediate vicinity.
A total of 212 fully-furnished apartments of different sizes, some even with balconies, are available to choose from. All utilities and the wireless network are included in the all-in rental fee. Communal areas such as the lounge areas, the fitness room and the shared kitchen facilitate living together actively and mutual exchange. There is a laundry salon with washing machines and dryers in the building. Bikes can be parked safely in the lockable bike cellar. If required, parking lots for cars may be rented outdoors or in the basement garage.