Olola space at the Joensuu Campus Library is not available from 15 January to 26 February 2021. The space is under renovation.
The book drop hatch will be closed during the renovation. Books can be returned to the black mailboxes attached to the wall on the left of the library’s entrance door.
Newspapers and magazines in Olola have been moved to be read elsewhere in the library. The newspapers are on the ground floor of the library and magazines are in Hall 2A on shelf 86.
Exposed students and teachers will swich to online learning for two weeks, and Sykettä university sports services are discontinued for the remainder of the year in Joensuu
Several cases of COVID-19 have been discovered among students on the Joensuu Campus, and there are also several separate chains of transmission in the city. Students and teachers exposed to the coronavirus have been contacted, and they will switch to online learning for a period of two weeks, until 4 December.
Due to the coronavirus situation, Sykettä university sports services in Joensuu are discontinued for the remainder of the year by a joint decision of the University of Eastern Finland and Karelia University of Applied Sciences. The discontinuation of the Sykettä university sports services pertains to those activities that require physical attendance, i.e. it is still possible to hold online classes.
Exposure to the coronavirus has been possible on several group exercise classes as well as in restaurants both on campus and in the city. Siun sote keeps a list of places where exposure to the coronavirus has been possible. The list is updated regularly.
How is it already almost November? So far many of you have already been in contact with the library or visited the campus libraries. In case you haven’t, we put together some instructions for library use in UEF Library blog.
Service unit is closed between 6th of July and 2nd of August 2020.
Service unit is closed between 6 of July and 18 of August 2020.
It will become possible to print documents again in Oppari, according to the following schedule:
• in Kuopio Oppari, starting 3rd of August, Mon-Fri 09:00-15:00
• in Joensuu Oppari, starting 17th of August, according to the Joensuu Library opening hours
There will be a PC station in Oppari intended for carrying out printing jobs only. Please follow the UEF hygiene and safety instructons while using the printing service. For the time being all other Oppari PCs will not be available for studying purposes.
Student Union ISYY organises this summer Stay Active! – students’ wellbeing in summertime -project with the funding from European Social Fund. Project is organised at Joensuu campus and online between 22.6.– 31.8.2020. The events are open to all UEF students. Students of the Kuopio campus can also participate in online events.
The aim of the project is to support you in matters related to summer studies and working life, as well as to maintain the ability to study during the summer. Via project we also want to improve the community spirit of students. We organise i.e. small group guidances supporting your study ability and other activities that support the students’ wellbeing.
During the summer you can participate in:
- study groups: welcome to write your thesis!
- gentle workouts: group exercise classes are organised from Monday to Wednesday
- activities for better wellbeing: outdoor games (i.e. mölkky), local hiking and cooking
You are warmly welcome, the events are open for all students!
Feel free to invite your friend!
Project calendar and further information: ISYY home pages.
Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/269776547676290/
Contact information: Niklas Leinonen, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, tel. +358 44 576 8420
Now is the time to return your loans and pay fees online.
You can return books through the book drop hatches near the campus libraries’ front doors in Kuopio Snellmania and Joensuu Carelia.
After this, you can pay overdue fees online via UEF Primo. We will invoice payments during the summer, so it is advisable to check your due dates and pay overdue fees before summer vacation.
You can return books through the book drop hatches throughout the summer eventhough the libraries will be renovated. For more information contact email@example.com.
Please respond this short survey for our University students. This survey is to develop support and support material for studying online. You can respond to the survey anonymously. Responding to the survey takes only a while and any feedback is valuable to us. Thank you!
Survey for UEF students
During the Smiles and Complaints Week, you can send feedback via the Student Union of the University of Eastern Finland to ISYY, the University, FSHS (Finnish Student Health Service), Fazer Food&Co, or any other party involved in students’ life. You can give us feedback by filling in our electronic feedback form.
What deserves a smile? What’s wrong? What gives you grey hair? Tell us, and we’ll take your feedback forward! The feedback is given anonymously.
You can give us feedback by filling in the online form (during week 14). The form will open on 30.3.2020 at 9 am and close on 5.4.2020 at 23.59 pm.
Link to the feedback form:
Google forms: Smiles and Complaints feedback form
Facebook-event: Hymy- ja valitusviikko // Smiles and Complaints Week
Salli Kosonen, Executive Board member in charge of Social Policy (Kuopio), Student Union of the University of Eastern Finland, salli.kosonen(at)isyy.fi, tel. +358 44 576 8410
Roosa Ylikoski, Executive Board member in charge of Social Policy (Joensuu), Student Union of the University of Eastern Finland, roosa.ylikoski(at)isyy.fi, tell. +358 44 576 8403
Activities of FSHS continue normally.
From Monday 30 March 2020 onwards, the patient office will be open from 10 to 11 for the time being.