Physical accessibility on campus

Here you can read about accessibility issues concerning parking, toilets, classrooms, hearing loops, lifts and more


There are lifts in most buildings on campus and to most floors. Please note that the lift in building 11 is used to reach different floors in building 12 and building 13. Furthermore, the lift in building 31 is used to reach different floors in building 32 and building 33.

Map showing where the lifts are located Pdf, 73 kB.


In the timetable system Kronox there is information regarding furnishing and equipment in the classrooms. If a room is named Lecture hall or Auditorium the seating is in stairs. Some of these halls are accessible for wheel chairs, but not all.

In Kronox there is also information if a classroom cannot be reached by lift, if it has a hearing loop or a door opener. Contact your teacher if you have questions regarding accessibility to a special classroom.

All main entrances have automatic door openers. The exception is some smaller side entrances.

The doors to the classrooms are normally locked. For the door automation to work, the teacher must set the door in the unlocked position.

Outside the following rooms there are automatic door openers:

  • 11:218 room with microwaves for students, unlocked
  • 33:202
  • 33:203
  • 41:204 auditorium Valhall
  • 51:220
  • 51:223
  • 99:131

Hearing loop

Hearing loop for people with hearing loss is installed in some of the lecture halls.

Hearing loop is found in the following class rooms and lecture halls:


Quiet computer room

A quiet computer room where you are not allowed to work in groups or talk on the phone is found in 51:113. The room has six computers and is always available for students, but can not be booked. There are a total of ten general computer rooms for students.

Resource room

There is a resource room in the library with specific reading spaces for students with reading- and writing difficulties. Contact the library staff for more information about these rooms.

Rooms for heating you food

There are several special rooms for students and visitors to heat and eat food brought from home (in Swedish "matsäcksmatsalar"). One of these, room 11:218, is more accessible with door openers and low placed microwave ovens.

List of rooms where you can eat and information regarding restaurants at the university campus External link.

This page was last updated 2024-04-29