During library's opening hours, you can use the library computers or your own laptop, study for exams, read magazines and journals, and work in groups. Each library branch is different, but they are all at your service. Information about our library facilities and equipment is provided on this page. See you at the library!
Group study rooms
Computers and wireless access
Printers, copiers and scanners
All our libraries have dedicated reading areas. Most of our branches have a separate reading room, and some also have a silent reading area. Reading rooms are open during the library's opening hours, unless otherwise specified.
Earplugs are available on request for those who would like to study in a more quiet environment.
||IT room G213.2
||Periodicals reading room
|Silent reading room
||IT room G213.2
|The silent workspace 2603 b is open during campus opening hours
At the moment we recommend using the group study rooms only for individual work, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Haaga library has two Group Study Rooms, which can be booked through online booking system. Log in with your Haaga-Helia ID (Haka Login). Groups are defined to 2-4 students. Each group may reserve a room for a maximum of 3 hours per day. These rooms are meant to be used by groups. Library staff may cancel bookings if the room has not been occupied within 10 minutes of the start time. The whole reservation will be cancelled despite of the length of the reservation (30 min - 3h).
Pasila library has three Group Study Rooms. The rooms can be booked through online booking system. Log in with your Haaga-Helia ID (Haka Login). Groups are defined to 2-8 students. Each group may reserve a room for a maximum of 3 hours per day. These rooms are meant to be used by groups. Library staff may cancel bookings if the room has not been occupied within 10 minutes of the start time. The whole reservation will be cancelled despite of the length of the reservation (30 min - 3 h).
These Groups Study Rooms are available only to Haaga-Helia students and staff.
Exam facilities for the electronic exams are available at the libraries in Haaga and Malmi. The Exam computers cannot be used for any other purpose. More information on the electronic exams is available on MyNet.
All our library branches have computers which can be used by customers during the library's opening hours. In addition, IT room 3210 at the Pasila library is available for students when it is not used for classes.
In Vierumäki, the IT classrooms adjacent to the library are available between 7:00 AM and 11:00 PM when they are not used for classes.
The wireless network of Haaga-Helia is available at our libraries in Haaga, Malmi, Pasila, and Porvoo. Wireless access is available for Haaga-Helia students, staff and visitors. Visiting library users can request wireless access from the information desk by filling in the form http://wlanacct.haaga-helia.fi/wlanaccess/. For further information about wireless access, see MyNet.
Black&white printers are available for use in or near all of our libraries. Colour printers are available for use by students in classrooms 4203 and 4204 in Pasila. For further information about printing and your print balance, see MyNet.
Malmi, Pasila, Porvoo and Vierumäki campuses also have a black&white copier. For further information about copying cards and how to buy them, see the Campus Guides.
Colour copiers are available at Haaga Matsku and at the HBC Service unit in Pasila.
All campus libraries have a scanner.
For further information about facilities and equipment that are available for students, see MyNet.