Use the Library
Uppsala University Library is open to everybody but its primary task is to serve the students and staff at Uppsala University. The public has access to a lot of our resources and services.
You will need a library card to reserve, request and borrow books. The card is valid at all our subject libraries in Uppsala (Almedalsbiblioteket has its own library card). Students and staff can use their campus card. Visit us to connect your campus card to the library system.
- Reserve, request and borrow material from our Special collections.
- Read more about loans, renewals, requests and how we handle overdue books.
Order books and articles from outside the library
Suggest a purchase
If you think something is missing in our collections, you can suggest a purchase.
Copy, print and digitisation
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. You can buy printing coupons at Carolina Rediviva and at most university receptions or pay by card online in the eduPrint portal.
Please order digitisation from our Digital Imaging service when you want copies of fragile material, or digital photographs, for example.
Computers and wireless networks
There are computers at all of our libraries. Log in with your user ID and password A. There are two wireless networks (UpUnet-S and Eduroam) for students and staff.
Users from outside Uppsala University can use our computers with a guest account. Create an account in one of our information desks (bring a photo ID). There is a guest network (UU-Guest) available at all libraries except The Medical Library. Note that you cannot access our e-resources using Wi-Fi.
The Library’s e-resources are available to everyone. Students, researchers and others active at Uppsala University have access from anywhere with user-ID and password A. Others are welcome to use our public computers. E-resources are not available using our guest wifi.
All books can be read in your browser as long as you have an internet connection. If you want to download books for offline reading, you will need an Adobe account and a reading app or program.
An easy way to organise your e-journals and articles is to use the the app BrowZine. With BrowZine you can find, read and organise periodicals and articles on your tablet or smartphone.