MyTUDelft app

Home screen MyTUDelft appThe TU Delft has launched a renewed version of the MyTUDelft app. With this is app you can find your personal:

  • Schedule
  • Grades
  • Study progress

Furthermore, you can get push notifications about:

  • Registration deadlines
  • New results

You can download the app from the Apple App Store and Google Play. The previous MyTUDelft app will stop working as of today.

For more information check this page and for support contact E-Learning Support.

Summer holiday


During the summer @Hok will have limited opening hours between 9 and 13 July and will be closed between 16 July and 24 August.


If you need to backup your files, before restoring your Windows system, you can visit SID-Library. Before you go to the Library with your laptop, it is required that you have removed your hard drive out of your laptop and that you have an external hard drive with you to copy your important files on it.

Rhino 6 available for TU students

Finally, TU Delft students can download Rhino 6 which comes now with Grasshopper built in. Rhino 6 is only available for Windows. Use your TU e-mail address to get Rhino 6 with a free license.

Your TU e-mail address is not your but is in general your initials separated with dots and surname and sometimes followed by a dash and a number if you have a very common surname. If you have your TU e-mail forwarded to another (web)mail service and you still haven’t received an e-mail with your serial number, check also your SPAM folder.

Mac users will have to wait or you can install Windows on your MacBook or iMac with Boot Camp or a virtualisation application like Parallels Desktop, VMWare Fusion or VirtualBox.

Boot Camp is part of macOS and is for free. Parallels Desktop and VMWare Fusion are not for free. Parallels Desktop you can buy at SURFspot with a student discount. Virtualbox is for free, but might not work very well with 3D applications like Rhino.
For Windows you will need a license which is also available at SURFspot.


Update: MacOS High Sierra security bug allows full access

Update: Apple has released a fix. All High Sierra users can download the Security Update 2017-001 via the App Store. More information at

This bug allows you to change settings in your Mac without entering any password for administrator account root. Only users with High Sierra (10.13.1 and 10.13.2 beta) are vulnerable.

You can fix this by creating a password for account root. Follow these steps from Apple to fix the problem or use our manual. Steps from Apple also available in Dutch.

After you have applied the fix, do NOT turn off your root account until there is a fix from Apple. Turning it off will make the bug return and you will be vulnerable again.