Quiet rooms on campus

The quiet rooms are meant as a place for students to take a break, breathe and relax in silence.

Purpose of the rooms

The quiet rooms are meant for students’ private and quiet breaks. They can be used for quieting down, meditating or praying, and everyone is welcome to visit the room regardless of their religion, world view or nationality. There are no religious symbols in the rooms. 

Students are expected to be quietly present in the moment and not study, have phone calls, work, sleep or have snack breaks in the rooms. 

Location of the rooms

On Sörnäinen campus, you can find the quiet room on the fifth floor in Kookos, room 506.

On Töölö campus, the quiet room is located in the N-building in the space N-134.

Students can use both rooms without making a reservation.

Tuesday afternoons reserved for university chaplain’s appointments on Kookos

On Tuesdays between 13:00 and 18:00, the Kookos quiet room is used for the university chaplain’s appointments. You can book a time for a discussion with the university chaplain during these hours.