Welcome new student
Welcome to Uppsala University Library. Here we have gathered some information about the Library that might be useful for new students
Uppsala University Library consists of 10 libraries in Uppsala and 1 in Visby. All libraries have different subject focuses, but are open to everyone, no matter what you study. This means that you can sit and study wherever you want, borrow whatever books you want and return the books everywhere. Not all libraries staffed but staff can be reached via our service Ask the Library.
Borrow books from the Library
Print books are checked out where they are available. It is not possible to request books to be sent to another library or to your home address. All books can be returned at any of our libraries regardless of where you borrowed them.
The Library’s e-books and other e-resources can be found using the Library's search tool. The search tool can be found at the start page of our website. To access our e-resources off-campus, log in with your user-ID and password A.
The University Library has many e-books within various subject areas, as well as encyclopaedias, course books and reference books. Many e-books can be downloaded to a computer, phone or a tablet. If you want to download books, you will need an Adobe account.
Computers and Wi-Fi
Copy, scan and print
At the library you can use eduPrint to print, copy and scan documents. Students and researchers connected to eduroam can also use their own laptop, tablet or smartphone to print. As a student, you already have an eduPrint-account. All you need to do before you can start using it is to add credit in the eduPrint portal. If you require help with eduPrint, you are welcome to contact the University's Service desk.
Reading rooms, group study rooms and study places
There are around 2000 study places at the Library, distributed across all eleven subject libraries. The study places are divided up into quiet reading rooms, “conversation permitted” and seminar rooms. Go to Our libraries to find out which libraries offer what.
The University Library should have at least one copy of every course book at undergraduate level. Course books are found at the respective subject libraries. You can read some copies in the library only, while others may be borrowed and taken home for seven days. Some of your course books may be available as e-books. You will find the books in the Library Search Tool.
For readers with disabilities
Students with reading disabilities or problems with mobility or sight have the right to borrow customised course books such as talking books, e-textbooks, books in Braille or with large text.