Niagara is located near Malmö Central Station and the University library, Orkanen. The Faculty of Technology and Society, and the Faculty of Culture and Society are both based at Niagara.
Address and opening hours
The Niagara building is shortened to NI in Kronox, the system for scheduling and room booking.
Malmö University's buildings have been closed to the public and students since March 18 due to the ongoing corona pandemic — with the exception of the Malmö University Library in the Orkanen building (Nordenskiöldsgatan 10).
The library is open to students who need access to literature, Wi-Fi, and other equipment as well as to the public during limited opening hours.
Malmö University Library opening hours for students with a Multicard and PIN code: Week 26-29, weekdays 10.00-14.00. Week 30-31, closed. Week 32-34, weekdays 9.00-17.00. Week 35 and until further notice, weekdays 09.00-20.00 and Saturdays 11.00-16.00.
Malmö University Library opening hours for the public: Week 26-29, weekdays 10.00-14.00. Week 30-31, closed. Week 32-34, weekdays 10.00-14.00. Week 35 and until further notice, weekdays 10.00-14.00.
When there are no special regulations in place due to the pandemic, Malmö University buildings are open from 7.30-16.30 on weekdays. Students can access the buildings every day from 06.00-22.00 with their Multicard.
The reception in Niagara offers service and support for students, visitors and staff at Malmö University. The reception can help you with:
staff contact information;
general study information;
registering for in-house activities advertised on the info screen;
printing of study certificates in Swedish and English;
sale of Malmö University's promotional merchandise; and