What first-semester students and new students need to know
Greifswald University Library offers all new students and first-semester students various information and services to help them find their way around more quickly and feel at home.
Central University Library
Tel.: +49 3834 420 1515
Introductory events explaining the use of the library for newly enrolled students
General introduction for all subjects about the University Library, afterwards guided tour through the Central Library
Central University Library, Felix-Hausdorff-Str. 10
Natural Sciences, Medicine, Law, Economics
only in German language!!
|Tuesday, 09 April 2019||3.00 p.m.|
Guided tour through the Departmental Library
Departmental Library, Ernst-Lohmeyer-Platz
Please also visit the event "General information about the University Library" in the Central Library (dates above)!
|Wednesday, 10 April 2019||3.15 p.m.|
Tours of the Central University Library
The Central University Library offers a regular general tour every Tuesday at 3:00 p.m.. An overview is given during the tour of what can be found where and the conditions for using the library.
Registration with the University Library
Students of the university accept the "Regulations of Use for the University Library Greifswald" with their enrollment at the university. So there is no need for a seperate registration. The electronic Student ID-card has a barcode and a user number of the university library on its back side and can be used immediately. For using the self-service machines, but also for access to the user account, a password for the account is needed. There is a button "Request/change password" at the login-website of the user account.
Information in writing
If you prefer information in writing or wish to consolidate what you have heard, you will find a lot of information on the University Library website.
You will also find some information flyers in the libraries that you are welcome to take away with you
Any more questions?
Our website contains further information on topics such as loans, textbook collections, carrels etc. (e.g. FAQ). The staff of the University Library are also available to help you wherever they can.