Rules and Regulations
You must be able to show your ID at all times on Intreeweek grounds when requested. Therefore, it is important you always carry your passport, ID or driver’s license with you at every event.
Intreeweek is organized in accordance with the Dutch law. Therefore, the consumption of alcohol by minors (less than 18 years old) is strictly prohibited. All the involved parties, such as the bars for instance, apply these rules as well. When a participant is 18 years or older, they will receive another wristband alongside the normal participatory wristband indicating so. The participant needs to have this wristband in order to get alcoholic beverages at our events. If you are caught with alcoholic beverages whilst not having been given the necessary wristband, this can lead to exclusion from any further participation to the Intreeweek 2020. If, as a result, the organization of Intreeweek 2020 is amended for underage drinking, the fine will be for the participant in question.
Intreeweek is entirely drug-free. It is not allowed to carry, use or trade drugs. In case of violation of these rules, the participant will be excluded from further participation to the Intreeweek 2020.
Weapons are prohibited at all our events. Dangerous objects that can be used to harm people will be confiscated at the entrance of the event as well.
Advertising and flyering
Without the consent or permission of the organization of Intreeweek, it is not allowed to advertise at the various locations part of Intreeweek. Our licenses do not allow this and in violation of this rule the police will be called.
Studying with a disability
Having a disability doesn’t mean you can’t participate in the Intreeweek. A lot of our events are accessible for disabled people. To make sure everything goes smoothly when you participate, we advise you to contact us prior to Intreeweek. This way we can explain to you personally whether an event is accessible for you or not. Our goal is to make Intreeweek as pleasant as possible for every student. Is there something we might be able to help you with? Please don’t hesitate to contact us by mail or by phone.
For more information about being a student with a disability at the University of Amsterdam, please visit www.uva.nl/disability.