Bookings for all reading rooms via Webropol

Bookings for all open reading rooms are done via Webropol.

Students can book a time slot for self-studying in the following reading rooms:

  • Palomäki room A201 (in Tervahovi), 8–11.45 or 12.15–16.00 
  • Classroom F118 (on the 1st floor of Fabriikki), 8–11.45 or 12.15–16.00 
  • Tritonia K235 (on the 2nd floor, the bigger reading room), 8–11.45 or 12.15–16.00 
  • Tritonia K236 (on the 2nd floor, the smaller reading room), 8–11.45 or 12.15–16.00 

Note! If all rooms are fully booked, the number of time slots per student can be limited to once a week, for instance. This allows us to provide facilities for as many students as possible.

Bookings for the period 17.–21.5.
Tervahovi and Fabriikki:

Bookings for the period 24.–28.5.
Tervahovi and Fabriikki:

Further information on booking reading rooms in Tritonia is available from Ilkka Savolainen, tel.  029 449 8250,
Further information on booking reading rooms in Tervahovi and Fabriikki is available from Seppo Evwaraye, tel.  029 449 8555,

The entrance to Tritonia is from the main entrance, and access to the reading rooms is via the lobby. The custodians in Tritonia will let students in for the morning time slots. If necessary, you can get the telephone number for the custodians from the sign on the main entrance to Tritonia.

The entrance to the Palomäki room in Tervahovi is from the main entrance behind the marble gate. The entrance to the lobby of Fabriikki is from the door next to restaurant Erkki.

The reading rooms accommodate a maximum of 10 students at a time. You get to come indoors to the university buildings only if you have booked a time slot in the reading rooms or EXAM room or are coming to copy or print. Students have the opportunity to copy in the Palomäki room and in the lobby of Fabriikki. Please note that other facilities on campus, including restaurants, are still closed.

When visiting, studying or working indoors at the university, the use of a face mask and a safe distance of at least 2 metres is required. As a rule, a maximum of 10 people can be in one room at a time. We want to prevent the spread of the virus and to ensure the safety of both students and staff in all our activities.

Further information:
Coronavirus information for students
Finnish Government: Information and advice on the coronavirus
Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare (THL)

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