Study Room - Use Policy
The Library provides this space for the purpose of quiet study and/or discussion and can seat up to 12 people. The Study Room is available only during Library hours. Unless the room has been reserved by a group or individual, this space is available to be shared by multiple individuals for quiet study or research. The Study Room should not exceed the room’s capacity. Users are expected to vacate the room when a reservation is scheduled.
If privacy/exclusivity is desired a group or individual may reserve a two-hour time slot in the Study Room no more than twice per week. Additional time up to an hour will be allowed the day of the reservation if no one is waiting to use the room. Same day bookings may be made. Reservations may be made up to 6 months in advance.
Any personal items left in the room will be removed to the Lost & Found. Library staff cannot “watch over” or be held responsible for users’ property.
The needs of the library take precedence over group or individual use of the study. The Library reserves the right to schedule the Study Room for Library purposes as needed.
The computer located in the Study Room is to be reserved seperately.
Users must maintain a quiet study like atmosphere. Playing music, or amplified presentation devices that can be heard outside of the Study Room, or may disturb other users in the room is not permitted. Discussions should take place at quiet conversational levels. All electronic devices must be put on vibrate so as not to annoy other users of the room.
No food or alcohol products are permitted in the room. Covered, non-alcoholic beverages are permitted.
Individuals vacate the Study Room 15 minutes before library closing.
The Study Room is available only during Library hours. Library programs and functions shall have precedence over any requests for use of the meeting rooms. Others may reserve the room by calling the Library or by contacting one of the Library staff at the Circulation Desk.