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Applying for an administrative role

the roles available and how to apply for one

To act as administrative support, you sometimes need a specific role in LUCRIS to facilitate the review, editing and management of information within a specific organisational unit.

There are various different roles you can apply for in LUCRIS. First of all you need to identify two things:

  1. What module/ what type of task do you need to do
  2. What part of the organisation should your roles apply to

Most roles are of an editing nature, which means that they are based on two things: a specific module and an organisational unit. For example, you can apply for the role of editor for personal profiles within your specific organisational unit; if you want to be authorised to edit activities as well, you must apply for a separate role to do so.

There are also administrator roles which are global, i.e. that enable you to edit all entries in LU within a specific module – these are not handed out, but you can contact someone with this level of authorisation through the support function.

Please contact the support if you would like to know more about the different administrative roles.

Apply for administrative authority/role in LUCRIS

1. Identify what role you need for what part of the organisation

In your application you need to specify which level of authorisation you are applying for and for which organisation (activity unit) it is to apply. This could be a faculty, a department etc.

2. Apply for the role

Apply to the faculty representative in the LUCRIS faculty-wide working group (LÖAG) or to another person appointed by the faculty. Applications are best done via LUCRIS support.

The representatives in LÖAG are:


Contact the LUCRIS support

E-mail:  servicedesk [at] lu [dot] se
Phone: 046-222 90 00
Monday - Friday 8:00-17:00
Web form: