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Early and evening access to Harald Herlin Learning Centre

The Harald Herlin Learning Centre is accessible outside opening hours for Aalto students with HSL travel card, once it is activated first online.

The Harald Herlin Learning Centre is accessible outside opening hours with your HSL travel card. The HSL travel card should be activated first online at https://idcard.aalto.fi. Once activated the HSL travel card allows access to the first floor, K-floor and 24/7 space of the Harald Herlin Learning Centre during Mon-Sun 7.00 – 24.00. The HSL travel card allows access to the building from the side door on Otaniementie.  The HSL travel card activation is available for all customers with an Aalto University username and password (students and staff).

https://idcard.aalto.fi service is a self-service HSL card registration page where activation for accessing Student Hubs is available. You sign-on to the service with your Aalto account and password. You have to fill in your telephone number (international form), your own PIN code (not in use now) and number of your HSL card. After the registration you can access the Learning Centre by showing your HSL card.

When there will be changes in student hubs’ access control, we will inform you by email.

Contacts: [email protected]

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