KI card for students
From April 1, 2019, the students' KI card/access card will be handled by the UF/Property Department/Environmental and Security Unit. The handling was previously done by the Univerisity Library.
Your KI card serves as your personal access card to student premises and buildings on KI campus. The card also works as library card and printing card.
After you have activated your student account you can get your KI card. By activating your student account, you have approved KIB's library service regulations.
Please note that the access function of the card starts once the semester starts.
Routine for card handling in Solna
Apply for your KI card at the self-service machine for photography at Berzelius väg 3 in the entrance floor (in to the left) and follow the instructions on the screen.
When your photo is stored, your KI card is available at the reception in Aula Medica the following weekday, between 09:00 - 16:00. Aula Medica is on Nobel's väg 6. Please bring a valid ID when you pick up your card.
Routine for card handling in Flemingsberg
Apply for your KI card at the self-service machine for photography at Alfred Nobel´s väg 8 in the entrance floor (in to the left) and follow the instructions on the screen.
When your photo is stored, your KI card is available at the card administration at Alfred Nobel's väg 10, floor 4, next weekday. Please bring a valid ID when you pick up your card.
Times for card pick up:
- Monday at 14:30 - 15:30
- Tuesday at 14:30 - 15:30
- Wednesday at 09:00 - 10:00
- Thursday at 09:00 - 10:00
- Friday at 14:00 - 15:00
Lost KI card
In case of lost KI card, new photography is not needed, you turn to each campus card administration and get help to print a new one. Your photo is stored.
NOTE! More than 2 cards per semester will be charged with an administrative fee.
Report lost KI cards to email@example.com or to our guards on campus, who can be reached by phone:
- Campus Solna: 08-524 864 29
- Campus Flemingsberg: 08-524 860 60
In case of any problems:
Report to firstname.lastname@example.org (problems with the machine, login issues or problems with your access to premises).