Information for graduating students, spring 2020

The library doors will be locked. Graduating students and staff can come in with their tag:  Monday – Thursday 9 a.m. – 9 p.m. and Friday 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

As a graduating student, you can sit in the library and study, check out and return books and use the computers.

The information desk will not be in service, but staff is available to help with questions from 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. That is also our telephone hours, 084504124

You have access to our electronic resources through our website. Follow the link for more information and tips about how to use the library through distance:

If you have questions about books, articles, finding literature, etc, you are more than welcome to mail us: Protected address

The library will no longer enforce late fees for late books. We will also not send requests for late books. If you are waiting in line for a book, you may need to wait longer than usual.


Study workshop through distance

The study workshop is open Monday and Tuesday for bookings:


Computer rooms

The computer rooms are open for graduating students who have permission, same as before.

Konstfack is providing YT spray in computer labs and the library in order to clean areas of the space or equipment. 

In order to work at a computer station, you need to:

  • Be completely healthy. The slightest hint of cold symptoms means that you need to keep away from school until you are completely healthy again and at for at least for 2 extra days. If you feel slightly ill – stay home!

  • Always wash hands thoroughly with soap before a visit to the computer lab/library.
  • Remember to keep your distance! Always keep 2 meters distance from other students and staff.
  • When you are finished working at a computer, wipe down the areas of the space and equipment you used with YT spray.
  • When you are finished with your work in the computer lab/library wash your hands thoroughly with soap again.
  • Follow our other guidelines.


Your access can be quickly taken away if there is suspicion for risk of infection or if you have broken the rules.

Updated: 26 March 2020