The State and University Library has a considerable number of study facilities available. Here you can read about the conditions of use.
You can find lockers in the basement.
The service is free.
Contact the information desk if you have any questions.
The reading room is a quiet area and it has approximately 90 study desks. You can’t reserve a desk in advance.
There is a power outlet at each desk.
You can use the collection of reference books, which consists of approximately 23,000 books and journals, especially within the humanities, theology and psychology.
The Special Collections Reading room
Please contact the Service Center for futher information.
Study desks on the first and second floors
There are approximately 200 study desks on the first and second floors. Some of the desks are designed as individual study areas, whereas other desks enable you to work in groups.
The desks can’t be reserved in advance.
Group rooms on the first and second floors
There are five group rooms located on the first floor and one located on the second floor. You can book a room in advance.
The group rooms can be booked for a maximum of two hours three times a week. Use the booking slip outside the room.