Posted by Kristi Vabamäe

The Delta study and research building will be reopened on May 18th

The Delta study and research building will be reopened on May 18th.

The Delta study and research building will be reopened to everyone on May 18, but all the requirements set by the Health Board must be strictly followed, including avoiding close contacts. The building is open from 08:00–20:00.

Students are allowed to use the library and student area in building for studying, but close contacts with others must be avoided. No more than two people are allowed to use the collaboration rooms located on the second floor at the same time. The hallways on the second floor of the Business and the Study and Research building will also be opened during the day.

Hand sanitizers have been placed near the entrances and toilets. The University will organise the appropriate collection and destruction of used masks, gloves and other personal protective equipment. Door handles and handrails are disinfected daily.

The Delta Cafe will reopen on May 18th as well, including the terrace by the river Emajõgi when the weather allows it. When visiting the cafe you should also avoid close contacts with others. Access to the Delta building from the cafe will be closed in the evening.

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Welcome to the Delta Community

Students and researchers can contact the institutes located in Delta through the University of Tartu website Partners can find suitable contacts at the Delta contacts link below.



Delta contacts

University of Tartu Delta Centre


Studies and Research Building
Narva mnt 18 / 51009 Tartu / ESTONIA
Open every day 07.30 am – 08.00 pm


Delta Café is open Monday to Friday 11 pm – 5 pm.; +372 5302 8944


Reception Desk (only technical information):
+372 737 6363; + 372 5331 4670


Parking for guests is available at the UT Sports Hall or Ujula Coop parking lots.


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