Study Rooms

The library has four study rooms on the upper level, located past the Fiction section. Most seat for one to four people. The Large Study Room can accomodate up to five people. 

Reserving a Study Room

You can reserve a room online before you arrive or in the library by using the computer next to the magazine room.

You can use a study room for up to two hours per day. Rooms can be reserved up to three days in advance. 

If the room is occupied during your scheduled time, contact library staff.

Rules
  • Light snacks and beverages with a lid are allowed.
  • Masks are optional, but recommended in accordance with local health guidelines. 
  • Exit promptly when your session ends. 

Attention: The library has introduced new key code locks on the study rooms. When you arrive for your reservation, see staff at the Information Desk for access to your study room.

Reserve a Room
Study Room Details

William Barth Room

William Barth study room
  • Seats 1 - 4 people
  • Includes table outlets
  • Phone charger available to check out with your library card from the Information Desk for in-library use. 

Leo Gorup Room

Leo Gorup Study Room
  • Seats 1 - 4 people
  • Phone charger available to check out with your library card from the Information Desk for in-library use. 

Helen Painter Room

Helen Painter
  • Seats 1 - 4 people
  • Includes table outlets
  • Phone charger available to check out with your library card from the Information Desk for in-library use.

Large Study Room

Large Study Room
  • Seats 1 - 5 people
  • Features a Bluetooth capable digital screen.
  • Remote, HDMI cord, Type-C adapter, and DVD/CD Drive available to check out with your library card from the Information Desk for in-library use.