Bergen University College is located on two campuses, close to the city centre: Campus Kronstad and Campus Møllendalsveien.
The various academic departments have offices at either Campus Kronstad or Campus Møllendalsveien.
The main campus of Bergen University College is at Kronstad in Bergen and has room for about 6000 students and almost 600 employees.
In 2014 Bergen University College moved into its new campus at what was once several railway halls dating back to 1911. The new building brilliantly integrates the old houses in a new and modern award-winning campus.
What used to be an engine workshop has been turned into the largest student cafe in Norway with room for 780 people. The previous carpentry workshop is today a modern library. The campus also has a bookshop and various sports facilities outdoors as well as indoors.
About 1000 students and almost 200 employees are found at Campus Møllendalsveien, one kilometer north of Campus Kronstad.
Campus Møllendalsveien has a library and a cafe with a rooftop terrace.