Opening hours and access

At the moment, the public only have access to Carolina Rediviva (See below how to borrow books).
The other libraries are only open for students, researchers and staff at Uppsala University (campus card required).The opening hours and staffing of information desks are limited so that the library's employees have the opportunity to work from home, in line with the Public Health Agency's advice and recommendations. Libraries that are currently completely unstaffed are checked daily, book return boxes are emptied etc.The opening hours may change again:

See all opening hours

RETURN BOOKS


• Log in to My loans, it may be possible to renew your loans. However, if there is a queue it is not possible to renew the loan.

• Someone else can return the books for you. You can return books at any library within Uppsala University, regardless of where you checked them out as long as you have access to that library.

• If you don't have a campus card, you can return your books in the bookdrop outside of Dag Hammarskjöld and Law Library, or at Carolina Rediviva in the return box placed in the entrance hall.

• You can send your books by mail, please use padded envelopes. Addresses can be found under "Contact us" on Opening hours and contact.

• If it is impossible for you to renew or return your loans, please contact Ask the Library

Check out books

All checkouts are made on site at the Library - we do not send books by mail. Note that others can pick up and check out books for you:To use a self-service machine they need your pin code and either your personal ID-number or your campus/library card number. To check out books in the staffed information desks, they need to bring both your ID and their own.

If you are not a student or researcher/employee at Uppsala University
You may borrow books from all of our libraries (except course literature) by ordering them to the Carolina Library. Pick "Carolina Rediviva" as pick-up location when making a request.

Interlibrary Loans
It is still possible to order interlibrary loans (though, at the moment, only from Swedish libraries and a few libraries abroad). However, a lot of libraries have temporarily shut down their interlibrary loan service. Therefore, access to material might be limited.

Course literature
We are in dialogue with several departments about the need for alternatives to printed books. Teachers are welcome to contact us to discuss possibilities to replace print literature with e-booksCourse books available at a certain library can not be ordered for pick-up at another library.

Remote service

Last modified: 2021-01-18