Nobel Park

Photo credit: Roar Lava Paaske
Photo credit: Roar Lava Paaske

Buildings and facilities

Disability access:

In general, the campus is disabled-friendly, for example, ramps, lifts and disabled toilets have been set up. If you need more information or have special needs, please contact: Special Educational Support


Contactc the Maintainance Office

Emergency response

Study spaces and group rooms

There are various types of study spaces and group rooms in the Nobel Park.

 

Here is a list of study spaces in the Nobel Park

Cafeteria

There is a cafeteria and a café in building 1481. 

The Nobel Park Cafeteria

The Nobel Park Café and Deli

Copying and printing

Information on where to find printers in the Nobel Park, as well as information about the MyPrint printing system can be found on the AU Library website under MyPrint.    

Library

 

AU Library - Nobel Park (formerly known as the Nobel Park Library) is a merger of the libraries of the degree programmes in theology, languages and history and area studies. The library also has a number of study spaces.

Student life

Societies in the Nobel Park

Contact

Student counsellors in the Nobel Park