Campus opening hours during the holidays


On this page, we provide information about opening hours and availability at Campus Gotland 23 December 2022 - 9 January 2023. Some words about coronavirus

The Rindi castle is closed week 52 and week 1, but you can reach the Presidents by email. Contact information to specific people can be found on but if you are unsure who you should contact you can write to then it will get to the right place! On the 24th of December Rindi will be open from 10 to 17 and treat you to Swedish Christmas-fika and a lecture about Swedish Christmas traditions! Check their Facebook page for more information.

The IT support will staff email and phone all business days around Christmas and New Year: or +46 (0) 18 - 471 4400, between 8:00-17:00. Please expect longer response time during the holiday period.

The IT support is available for drop-in at the reception desk on campus until 22 December and from 9 January, Monday-Friday,13:30-14:30.

The Language Workshop will be open through 21 December and from 9 January. 

Read on how to make an appointment at the Language workshop.

Almedalen Library’s opening hours during the holidays can be found on Almedalen Library's website.

The Reception desk at Campus Gotland will be open through 23 December. It will reopen on Monday 9 January 2023.

Maltfabriken restaurant will be open through Thursday 22 December. It will be closed thereafter and reopens on Monday 9 January.

The Student Health Service will be closed 23 - 30 December. 2-5 January, telephone counselling sessions will be available as usual here on 2,4 and 5 January.NB: 5 January (Twelfth Night) open until 12:00. Drop-in at Campus Gotland is cancelled 2 January. 6 January (Epiphany), we are closed. 

Student Health Service is open as usual from 9 January 2023. 

Gotlands studentbostad will be closed 19 December until 8 January, and will answer emails as soon as possible from 9 January.

If you are looking for housing during these weeks you can send an email to and you will receive an auto-reply with guidance and tips on how and where you can search for accommodation for the spring semester 2023.

Please note, issues regarding housing mediated through Uppsala University Housing Office (fee-paying Masters’s (1-2 years)/Bachelor’s (3 years), exchange students), please turn to: gotland@housingoffice.seNB: the respond time can be longer during Christmas holidays.

The international officer on Campus is on leave from 22 December - 4 January. During this period, we refer to the Unit for International Mobility at

The online drop-in service on Tuesdays and Thursdays, is closed 22 December - 5 January and will reopen on 10 January. Read more on drop-in at our page about international opportunities.

The study administration can help you with course specific questions, for example registration matters, academic leave or transferring of credits. During Christmas and New Year holidays, you reach the us as folllows:

  • in the office landscape at the second floor in the D building (or via telephone or Zoom), 13:00–14:30, until 20 December and from 9 January. In between, the landscape is closed.
  • by email, (throughout the period but expect longer response time).

You can always download transcripts, certificates of registration and Ladok certificates from My Ladok.

The study and career counsellors are available via email and for bookable appointments through 22 December. 

23 December - 6 January: During this period, you may reach us via email but please expect a little longer response time.

The Study Guidance Counselling will be available as usual from 9 January, with bookable times.

Support for students with disabilities can be reached through email or by booking an appointment until 22 December.

  • Closed 23 December - 1 January
  • Open 2-4 January
  • Closed Thursday 6 (Epiphany) and Friday 7 January.

The Support for students with disabilities will be available as usual from 9 January, with bookable times.

Between 24 December and 8 January you'll need an acces card (the Campus Card) to enter Campus Gotland's facilities. Read more about the Campus Card.

Will you study at Campus Gotland this coming spring? Please check our information page for admitted students in the spring 2023.

Information on coronavirus

From 1st April 2022 onwards, COVID-19 is no longer classified as a generally dangerous illness or a danger to society, the Swedish Public Health Agency has stated.

  • However, you should still stay at home if you have symptoms (for example sore throat, runny/blocked nose, fever, cough).
  • Not being vaccinated increases the risk of serious illness from COVID-19. To avoid becoming infected, people who are unvaccinated should be extra careful and avoid crowded indoor environments.
  • Those that are able should follow the Public Health Agency recommendation to get vaccinated.

Read more about the current national recommendations on

Last modified: 2023-04-18