Find your way on campus

Here you can find our campus map, information about computer rooms, study places, car parks in the area and where our defibrillators are located.

Campus map

Use our interactive campus map to find your way around campus and get directions to your preferred destinations. The campus map is available through the Mazemap app and as a web version.

How to book a room via Mazemap

Please make sure that you can access the room you want to book before you book it. The University is currently changing the system for access cards, which can lead to temporary malfunction.

  • You can book rooms via the web version (see link below) and through the Mazemap app. Follow the instructions below the first time you want to book through the app.
  • Login is required the first time you book, please use your student account details.
  • The booking system allows you to book a room for maximum 2 hours.
  • The booking must be done on the same day that you want to use the room (not next day, week or year).
  • You can book a room at earliest 08:30 AM. Select ”Book later” if you do not want to access the room immediately. If you try to book a room earlier than 08:30 AM or for another day, you will receive an error.
  • The rooms marked in green on the map, are available for booking. Rooms marked in orange is busy at the moment but might be available later during the day. Rooms marked in yellow are not available for booking.
  • If the above is not being followed, the booking might be cancelled by the University scheduler.
  • Please note that the group rooms in the University Library are not available for booking via Mazemap.

How to book via the app

  1. The first time you log in to book a room via the app, you will be directed to the web version. Follow the link and log in.
  2. After logging in, you will be sent back to the app. Select a room and book it. Done!
  3. The next time you want to book a room in the app, you can do so directly without having to log in.

Study places and group rooms

Studying together is a great way to learn. There are many group rooms and study places for students to use around campus.

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Regulations regarding study places

  • You are allowed to use available study rooms, group rooms and public spaces on campus, without any booking. Other common spaces needs a booking.
  • Working rooms, project rooms and other spaces should be used in a way that makes the area easy to clean. No personal belongings such as bikes are to be stored in these areas and no pets are allowed.
  • In our interactive campus map in Mazemap you can easily book group rooms and lecture rooms that are available at the moment.

How to book a room in Mazemap

Please make sure that you can access the room you want to book before you book it.

  • You can book rooms via the web version (see link below) and through the Mazemap app. Follow the instructions below the first time you want to book through the app.
  • Login is required the first time you book, please use your student account details.
  • The booking system allows you to book a room for maximum 2 hours.
  • The booking must be done on the same day that you want to use the room (not next day, week or year).
  • You can book a room at earliest 08:30 AM. Select ”Book later” if you do not want to access the room immediately. If you try to book a room earlier than 08:30 AM or for another day, you will receive an error.
  • The rooms marked in green on the map, are available for booking. Rooms marked in orange is busy at the moment but might be available later during the day. Rooms marked in yellow are not available for booking.
  • If the above is not being followed, the booking might be cancelled by the University scheduler.
  • Please note that the group rooms in the University Library are not available for booking via Mazemap.

Book a room via Mazemap External link.

How to book via the app

  1. The first time you log in to book a room via the app, you will be directed to the web version. Follow the link and log in.
  2. After logging in, you will be sent back to the app. Select a room and book it. Done!
  3. The next time you want to book a room in the app, you can do so directly without having to log in.

Computer rooms

On campus we have several computer rooms and study places with computers for you to use if you don’t have a computer of your own.

Study places with computers

  • University Library
    • M Building: M1
  • School of Information Technology (ITE)
    • D Building: D208 and D308
  • School of Business, Innovation and Sustainability (FIH)
    • S Building: S3027, S3051 och S1075
  • School of Health and Welfare (HOV)
    • R Building: R3140
  • School of Education, Humanities and Social Sciences (LHS)
    • Q Building: Q334

Parking on Campus

The car parks on and around Campus are managed by different operators, with different regulations and taxes.

Map showing where the different parking spaces on Campus are located and which operators are responsible for which parking spaces. Illustration.

Intea (blue on the map)

When using Intea’s car park you pay by using the parking apps Easy Park (area code 11042) or Smartpark (area code 11042).

Newsec (grey on the map)

When using Newsec’s car park you can pay by using the parking apps Easy Park (area code 11043) or Smartpark (area code 11043).

Halmstad Municipality (yellow on the map)

When using the Municipality’s car park behind Maxi, along Kristian IV:s väg, on Spetsvinkelsgatan or Linjegatan, you can pay with the parking apps Easy Park (area code 35003), Smartpark (area code 35003), SMS parkering (area code 35003) or Parkster (area code 35003).

Ica Maxi (red on the map)

Maxi only has customer and staff parking – it is not possible to buy a parking ticket.

Defibrillators

Halmstad University should be a heart safe workplace, therefore we have four defibrillators on Campus. No specific training is needed since the defibrillator is self-instructing.

The chances of saving the life of someone with cardiac arrest are significantly improved if a defibrillator is nearby.

Our defibrillators

No specific training is needed to use the defibrillator since it is self-instructing. It fits in a small bag and is educationally designed to minimise the risk of mistakes during handling. A voice in Swedish will explain how to use the machine.

Defibrillators on Campus

  • next to the spiral staircase in building E between the ground floor and second floor
  • in the glass corridor opposite restaurant Spiro in Building F.
  • on the ground floor in building I (Högskolehallen)
  • on the ground floor in building P

Students are trained every year

Even if no training is necessary to handle a defibrillator, it's a good idea to take a course in CPR. Around 450 people at the University have CPR skills. Every year, 20–30 nursing students and another 60 students who are involved in Fresher's Week are trained.

Resting room

There are two resting rooms available for students at campus.

How the resting room works

  • Contact Service Center to get an access code to one of the resting rooms.
  • There is a sign on the outside of the door which you can change to "occupied" or "available".
  • The rooms are being checked daily and cleaned on a regular basis.
  • The resting rooms are available form Monday-Friday until 5 pm.
  • After 5 pm, the University security guards will check that the rooms are empty. If you are still in the room and unable to move due to your condition, the guards will contact an ambulance.
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