On this page, you can find the regulations relating to areas and campuses at NTNU.
All events must be finished by 02:00.
See also information about using campus areas for exhibitions or smaller events.
It is not currently possible to apply for stands and events at NTNU (indoor and outdoor) due to the corona pandemic.
- You cannot drink or serve alcohol in common areas, outdoor areas and classrooms at NTNU without a licence from Trondheim kommune. Serving alcohol without a licence is a violation of Norwegian Law and will be reported to the police.
- Alcohol can be served at private events if permission is given beforehand by the faculty and the Campus Services Division. If the event does not have such a permission, the event will be terminated immediately. In the booking details, give as much information about the event as possible, complete with times and what areas (including room numbers) that will be used.
- The coordinator or the organiser of events by the student organisations must notify the Campus Services Division if there are any plans to serve alcohol during private events in rooms on campus that the organisations have at their disposal. Violations of this can result in denied access to the area.
- If use of alcohol results in disturbances and/or damage to NTNU’s property and equipment, the unit, organisation or union can be denied alcohol at a future event and may be held responsible for the damages done.
Electrical equipment, gas and fire #
Electrical equipment for cooking #
- Coffee makers and water boilers can only be used in designated areas. A hard-mounted timer, installed by a licensed electrician, is required. The installation is financed by the unit/user.
- Hotplates and ovens can be used in rooms projected as kitchens.
- Detached hotplates and cookers are prohibited.
- Microwave ovens and smaller electrical equipment, such as waffle irons, toasters, rice cookers, etc., can only be used in designated areas, decided by the building’s caretaker. The user must cover the establishment charges of this area.
- You cannot use extension cords without authorization from the Campus Services Division.
Electric heaters #
Mobile heaters are not allowed in rooms with installed radiators; the building caretaker may make exceptions from this rule. Due to the fire hazard, furniture must never cover the heaters.
Gases/flammable substances #
The use and storage of gases and flammable substances must be managed according to applied regulations; these include risk assessment.
Burning candles #
Burning candles is prohibited in all buildings at NTNU.
- Disposable grills are prohibited due to the fire hazard.
- Barbecuing is only allowed in designated areas, at least 8 meters away from the campus building.
- Contact the Campus Services Division if the barbecue is part of a larger, organised event
- All events, indoors and outdoors, must be pre-approved
- Applications may be rejected during longer periods of dry weather.
Non-flammable materials #
The fabrics in curtains, furniture, etc. in any of NTNU’s building must be non-flammable.
NTNU will only approve applications for fireworks that include the following:
- A person with formal competence in fireworks. Documentation is required.
- A map of the area, including a description of downfall zones, safety zones and audience zones, must be included with the application.
- Risk assessment of the fireworks display (including an action plan).
- Permission from police and fire services must be included.
- In case of strong winds, planned fireworks may be cancelled.
No animals, except guide dogs, are allowed entry to any of NTNU’s buildings. Exceptions to this rule apply to animals used for research or instructional purposes in dedicated rooms.
Common area rules #
Decorating common areas or setting out new furniture, in addition to installing TV-screens, vending machines, advertising signs and banners must be approved by Property division This also applies for outdoor areas on all the NTNU campus areas.
Only approved publications by and for employees and students can be distributed in the common areas ("Stripa", "Gata" and similar). An application for distribution must be sent to Campus Services Division. Publications must be placed in the appropriate stand in the indicated area. Publications that are not placed in indicated areas will be removed. Posters must only be put up on approved notice boards.
Recyclable rubbish should be sorted according to their source material.
NTNU’s publicly available areas must remain representative and appealing at all times. Temporarily storing cleaning trolleys, garbage bags, service trolleys, furniture or other equipment in common areas is therefore prohibited.
Only rooms that are projected as storages can be used for storing.
Storing private property in NTNU’s buildings is prohibited (this does not apply to literature and smaller objects and equipment used in connection with work).
Spending the night at NTNU #
Spending the night in NTNU’s buildings is prohibited (this does not apply to housing procured by NTNU or the university’s field stations).
Parking and car-related activities #
- Parking is only allowed inside marked squares
- Idle running is not permitted
- Privately owned cars are not allowed inside any of NTNU’s buildings
- Car wash is only permitted in places with an oil-interceptor
- Car repair is only allowed at an authorised car repair shop
Bicycle parking #
Bicycles can only be parked outdoors, and in inside areas designated for bicycle parking. Parked bicycles are not allowed in other areas; this is to avoid blocking emergency exits and interfere with regular cleaning.
Emergency exits #
All visitors to NTNU must familiarise themselves with the building’s emergency exits.
Emergency exits and emergency exit signs must never be blocked or hidden.