Campus Valla’s backbone is the Corso, a combined pedestrian/bike path that runs from Märkesbacken in the north, where student associations paint their colourful emblems on the asphalt, to the indoor sports centre Campushallen in the south.
C Building contains the largest auditoriums on campus, and many classrooms. Students from many programmes come together here. Musicum in C Building is where the university choirs and orchestras rehearse; Colosseum hosts big events like career fairs.
A and B Building were the first to be completed in the early 1970s. Much of the teaching and research in technology and economics takes place here. The photo shows B Building spectacularly framed by the northern lights which appeared above campus in the spring of 2015.
Kårallen is the students’ own building, home to student unions, chapters and associations. The Baljan café is run by students and has supplied several generations with ”fika” (coffee and cakes).
Zenit Building has student services such as the student service desk, study guidance and student health care. The building faces the construction site for the new Studenthus Valla, due to be ready in the summer of 2019.
D Building contains the Valla Library and most of the central administration.
One of the newer buildings on campus is the Key Building, where most of the teacher training takes place. The foyer has room for different activities such as the Handicrafts and Design student markets where they sell items they have made themselves.
Ångström Building is the first titanium building in Sweden. It contains the advanced electron microscope Arwen which is used in materials sciences.
Next to Campus Valla is Isovalen (the Ice Oval). In winter this artificially frozen ice rink is open to the general public, free of charge.