Student web - information for SLU students

Last changed: 13 March 2017

The student web is the students own intranet. The student web is where students must be able to find the information or support they need during their studies.

You can see most of the information it contains by going to the student web. What you cannot see is what is displayed when a student is logged in, nor the section called "My courses" on the homepage.

My courses

My courses displays the following information:

  • The programme on which the student is admitted
    The programme is clickable and goes to the "programme web page" on the student web, e.g. Economics and Management – Bachelor's Programme.
  • Courses on which the student is admitted
    The course names are linked to the course pages on the student web, e.g. Landscape Architect – an introduction. Read more about the course pages and Slunik.
    The links are displayed when the student is admitted on a particular course and are moved to registered once they are registered on the course.
  • Courses on which the student is registered
    The course names are linked to the course pages on the student web in the same way as courses on which the student has been admitted.
    The link is no longer displayed in registered once the student has been reported in Ladok as having passed the course.
  • Course evaluations to complete
    The course name links to the course evaluation. The link is displayed as soon as the course evaluation is activated and is only removed when it is no longer open to students.
  • Student representative for a course
    If the student is a student representative and is required to comment on the course evaluation, the student will have a link to the login page for this. The link is displayed for the period during which the comments field is open for editing, i.e. for one month after the course evaluation has closed.

My courses may look like this:

My studies

Another part of the student web that requires login as a student is "My studies". "My studies" displays most of the information SLU holds about the student in Ladok. In "My studies" students can:

  • see which courses they have been admitted on
  • see which courses they are registered on
  • see the results of courses they have passed
  • request a certificate
  • register on courses they have been admitted on
  • decline offers
  • report early non-completion of course
  • change address details 
  • apply for a degree
  • monitor their application for a certificate
  • consent to companies having access to the information SLU holds about them

Booking group study rooms in Kronox

Students can book some of the group  study rooms in Kronox. This page
shows you what the students see, so that as a member of staff
at SLU you are able to help the students do this, if necessary. Or
just so that you can see what they are able to do.

To book a group study room, students do the following:

  1. Go to SLU's Kronox page.
  2. Log in.
  3. Click on the Resource booking tab.
  4. The following view is then displayed, where they can make the actual booking.

To book a room, they click on a time when it is free, i.e. the times marked in
green. A dialogue box is then displayed where they enter a description of the
booking, such as the course code or group name, so that their fellow students
will recognise the booking.

The group rooms are divided into different areas, such as Uppsala VHC
and Uppsala Ultuna library.

To book a room, they click on a time when it is free, i.e. the times marked in
green. A dialogue box is then displayed where they enter a description of the
booking, such as the course code or group name, etc.,
so that their fellow students will recognise the booking.

Time that are marked are red, i.e. booked, show who has made the booking
(AD-name). If the cursor is placed over a time that is booked, marked in red,
the text entered by the person who made the booking is displayed.

The student can see their bookings on the right.

Booking rules displays the rules for these particular rooms.

General booking rules can also be found on the student web.


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