Below is some practical information about how things work that may be helpful for students who spend some part of their study time in any of the Ulls hus buildings.
The ground floor area next to the main entrance of Ulls hus is open to students. Doors are open Monday-Friday 7.30 to 17.00. Outside these hours, you can access parts of the building using your access card. Which parts of the building you have access to depends on what courses you are taking.
Inside the main entrance, you will find the Service Centre staff, who can answer any questions you may have about the building. They can also assist you with study-related questions such as handing out documents, Ladok certificates, access cards etc. The Service Centre is open Monday-Friday, 8-16.
Read more here about the Service Centre and the services they provide.
If you have any questions, please contact the Service Centre or the Ulls hus service unit, se contact below.
Rooms in Ulls hus:
Floor 1 (computer rooms and group study rooms)
Lecture halls and auditoriums:
On the ground floor in Ulls hus (floor 2) you will find two larger auditoriums in section E (the southeastern part of the building). There are an additional six lecture halls in section B (northeast) and three in section D (southwest).
Drawing rooms, studio and workshop:
On the ground floor of section C (the northwestern part) there are three drawing rooms. The studio and workshop are located in section D (the southwestern part).
Group study rooms:
There are group study rooms in all sections of the building. Group study rooms can be booked via TimeEdit, the room booking system.
There are two lunch rooms where you can heat up and eat your packed lunch. These are located in section B and section C.
If you feel unwell and need to lie down there is a lockable room on the ground floor in section B, across from the shop. If you need help, contact the Service Centre.
Other useful information:
Access cards for Ulls hus
Students have access to the ground floor during opening hours, Mon-Fri 7.30-17.00.
Access to other parts of Ulls hus is linked to your access card. Depending on which courses you are taking, you will have access to different parts of the building. If you have any problems with your access card, please contact the Service Centre.
Printers and copiers
Ulls hus has printers and copiers linked to the SLU-Print system, which means that you can print and copy using your access card.
There are three copier rooms for students in Ulls hus, one on floor 1 in section A (A117) and two on floor 2 in section C (C210 and C227). One of these (C210) also has two A1 plotters for students on the landscape architect programme.
Read more about SLU-Print for students.
Questions and fault reporting:
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 018-67 66 00. Please note that visitors to the SLU Library should report any IT problems to the library service desk.
Lost and found
Found objects can be handed in to the Service Centre in section A. If you have lost something, you will need to provide a detailed description for it to be returned.