Support and service at Campus Gotland - spring 2021


On this page, we provide information about support and service at Campus Gotland during the spring semester 2021. First some important links related to the new coronavirus:

To prevent the spread of the coronavirus, most courses are given online and e-lectures are given via Zoom, at least until 31 May. More information: Vice-Chancellor's decision regarding the period 8 February - 31 May.

Most of our support functions have also cancelled their physical meetings and switched to online or telephone meetings. At least until 31 May.

Therefore, it is important that you get a Zoom account at Uppsala University.  With Zoom, you are able to invite fellow students or external contacts to meetings with video and sound, from your own computer. Zoom is free to use for all employees and students at Uppsala University. Read more about Zoom on the page 'Zoom for students'.

As a student at Campus Gotland you can reserve group study rooms and lecture rooms, availability permitting. Read on how to book group study rooms/lecture rooms. NB: Max four persons are allowed in the group study rooms, at least until 22 March 2021.

Due to the corona pandemic, we have cancelled the possibility to visit the Helpdesk staff in the reception desk at Campus Gotland until 7 February 2021. However, you may always reach the Helpdesk staff at or at +46 18 471 4400. Read more on IT support and Helpdesk at Campus Gotland.

Turn to or for general or covid19 outbreak related issues: insurance, residence permit, home-travelling issues, Swedish personal number, Swedish bank account, and more.

The Language Workshop service is open as usual during the spring semester but due to the coronavirus, meetings take place via Zoom. Make an appointment for a consultation via

Please visit our website to find our consultation times and more information.

Students/researchers/employees at Uppsala University have access to the Almedalen library. Use the library’s premises restrictively and only when there are special needs. The study areas have been further sparse. Do not gather in larger groups than four people.

The library is also available for questions via email and you can book a tutorial via Zoom. Please indicate the programme/course you are studying and what you need help with, for example assignment/topic, what you are looking for, what databases and keywords you have used previously, etcetera.

More information about the Library.

The reception at Campus is open Monday-Friday 8:30-16:30.

The Restaurant Maltfabriken at Campus is open 8:30-15:00, Monday-Friday. Their lunch meny is found here.

Our counsellor is available for drop-in, Mondays 14:00-15:00. If you want an appointment for individual counselling you must first call our telephone counselling service. Read on how to contact the Student Health Service at Campus Gotland.


  • For issues regarding housing mediated through Uppsala Housing Office 
    (fee-paying Masters’s/Bachelor’s, exchange students) please turn to:
  • For all other student housing issues please turn to:

Visit Gotlands studentbostad website.

Students with general or covid19 outbreak related questions about study abroad, internships abroad, insurance issues etcetera, could get in touch with international officers during a drop-in service online via Zoom: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 13:00-14:00.

You may also book an individual appointment (online via Zoom or telephone) with the international officer.

Information on how to contact the International officer at Campus Gotland.

The Study administration can help you with course specifik questions, for example registration matters, academic leave or transferring of credits. Due to the corona pandemic, we have cancelled the possibility to visit the Study administration in the D building at Campus Gotland until 7 February 2021.

If you prefer to speak with the Study administration via Zoom or phone, you are welcome to book an appointment! Read on how you reach the study administrators at Campus Gotland.

If you have questions regarding your studies, your programme, what courses to choose or your future in general, please contact the study counsellors. You can reach us via email, telephone or book an appointment via Zoom.

Please visit the Study Guidance Counselling website to find the various ways to contact us.

If you have a long-term disability that affects your studies, you can get support during your time at Uppsala University. Read more about support for disabilites and how to contact our coordinator for students with disabilities.

Information about Coronavirus

Keep your distance

Here follows a summary of measures taken at Campus Gotland in the work to prevent the spread of COVID-19. The information is a local supplement to the University's page 'Recommendations on coronavirus'. First a reminder of how we reduce the spread of the coronavirus.

Slow down the spread of COVID-19

The best way to protect yourself and others from infection is to avoid close contact with people. It is fundamental to keep your distance and to take personal responsibility.

As of 14 December 2020, stricter national regulations and general advice (link to come into force about everyone's responsibility to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Do everything you can to prevent the spread of infection. By protecting yourself and others from infection, you are also helping the healthcare on Gotland.

Recommendations from the Public health agency of Sweden in 24 different languages.

measures to prevent the spread of infection

Scheduling at Campus Gotland

  • On campus, students are advised to only spend time indoors in connection with scheduled on-site classes. If you have distance learning scheduled before or after an on-site class and don’t have enough time to move to an off-campus study location, it will of course be necessary to find a socially distant study location on campus. Students who have scheduled classes immediately before or after lunch can stay on the premises during their lunch break.
  • Whenever possible, a half an hour's gap between different courses will be added, instead of the current 15 minutes
  • No teaching sessions will have more than 50 people per venue.
  • Classrooms, group rooms and programme rooms are only used for a maximum of half their capacity, i.e. half of the number of seats. A room that normally accommodates 50 people can thus only hold 25 people.
  • Extension of the day as much as possible; schedule courses between 8:00 and 17:00
  • Lunchtimes are spread out as much as possible, between 11:00 and 14:00
  • Scattered start times; 8:00, 8:30, 8:45, etc.

Information/signage on Campus

  • Information about maintaining social distance cycles on the screens and is posted on doors, in corridors, in dining rooms, toilets and group rooms.
  • All places where queuing can be expected have been marked with ‘stand stickers’.


  • No exhibitors or similar guests in the main entrance during the entire autumn semester of 2020
  • Plexiglas is set up at the reception desk at theDekal main entrance, at the study administration office on level 2 in the D building, and for exams.
  • The reception desk will have a number tag system
  • A maximum of 4 students at a time may visit the study administration office on level 2 of the D building at any given time.
  • Drop-in via Zoom is offered for those students who have administrative questions and do not wish to visit Student Services in person
  • Half of the seats in the restaurant have been removed; the same goes for the ‘student dining room’ in the D building
  • Stations with disinfection option are set up at entrances, the reception desk, and in classrooms
  • On-site exams have a separate, detailed action plan.
  • A 'social distancing warden' will ensure that groups of students are not too close to each other and that the recommended distance is maintained between students.


Please contact Tord Berglund (Head of unit at the Division of common service and administration, Campus Gotland) if you have any questions about the above-mentioned recommendations and measures.

Last modified: 2021-02-05