Premises at SOL
On this page you will find overview maps and practical information regarding the SOL building, such as information about accessibility, computer facilities and places to study.
The SOL-building is made up of several separate houses which are linked together. Please ask our staff in the reception if you have any questions about directions or the location of your lecture room. They will gladly help you!
On the ground floor of this house you will find several offices, lecture rooms, the Student Union for Humanities and Theology(HTS), our employment forum and the International Office. In the basement of the house you can find a quiet room for relaxation and several bookable meeting rooms. For bookings contact the reception located in the atrium.
On the ground floor of this house you will find most of our academic advisors that operate in the SOL-building as well as the Auditorium. There are also several offices and a number of lecture rooms in the house.
Here you will find lecture rooms and office spaces.
A room consists of a letter and three numbers, e.g. L201. The L stands for Linguistics Building (Lingvisthuset) and 201 is the room number. If the room number begins with 0, this means the basement, 1 means the ground floor, 2 means 1st floor, etc.
Outdoor tactile paving guides the visually impaired to the entrances of the SOL building. These in turn connect to indoor tactile flooring. These entrance points provide the easiest access to lifts and ramps leading to the various parts of the SOL building.
Audio induction loops are available in the auditorium (Hörsalen, SOL: H104) and in SOL:A129b.
SOL LibraryThe elevator in the SOL Library goes to the 2nd and 3rd floor. In order to get to the 4th floor by elevator, you must first take the elevator to the 3rd floor and then switch to the elevator in the stairwell next to the computer hall.
Please ask the information desk at the SOL Library if you need any assistance.
The information desk at the SOL Library is not height adjustable.
There are three quiet study rooms in the library, one of which is a computer free zone.
Accessible toilets are available on all floors.
There are silent reading rooms on the 2nd and 3rd floors of the Library’s Reading House. N.B. The entrance to the Reading House is can be reached via the 2nd floor of the Library. Alternatively, there are study areas on all floors of the Library building, as well as on the ‘balconies’ next to the atrium and in the entrance to the Absalon Building. As a registered student at the Joint Faculties of Humanities and Theology, you may also book meeting rooms. To do this, please contact the reception at SOL.
Since the student kitchenette is the student's concern, the Humanities and Theology Students' Union has drawn up the following guidelines:
The student kitchenette is located on floor 0 in Absalon. It is equipped with a refrigerator, microwave ovens and seating for eating a packed lunch - there is no tableware or cutlery. The microwave ovens are cleaned daily but in order to keep the kitchenette in an agreeable state, all students who use it are requested to clean up after themselves and take their lunchboxes home. Any lunchboxes left on the premises will be thrown away. If you spill anything in the microwave ovens or elsewhere, you are responsible for cleaning up.
We want the student kitchenette to be a pleasant and welcoming environment, free of dried up leftovers and smelly old lunchboxes. If the washing-up liquid is nished or there is no sponge/washing up brush - please contact the reception in the atrium.