Reserve a Study Room?

Adult Study Rooms

There are nine study rooms available for public use on the 2nd floor. They accommodate from 1-8 people and most rooms have computers. The rooms generally are available during all hours that the library is open.

  • Study Rooms 1 & 2: Small study rooms with computer and scanner; no more than two people
  • Study Rooms 3 & 4: Small study rooms without a computer; no more than two people
  • Study Room 5: Larger study room with computer and scanner; no more than six people
  • Study Rooms 6 & 7: Largest study rooms with computer and scanner; no more than eight people
  • Study Rooms 8 & 9: Larger study rooms with computer, scanner, and 42" HD monitors with webcams to which patrons can connect their laptops. Cables are available, but patrons must provide their own laptops and software, such as Skype; no more than six people

Additional equipment available for the study rooms includes a typewriter, a television with DVD player, laptops and iPads, and a dry-erase board. 

Library patrons age 12 and up can use the study rooms on the 2nd floor. To use a study room, you must check in at the Reference Desk and leave a library card or other form of identification while using the room. The rooms are available for two hours per day per individual or group, but patrons may stay longer if there is no demand for the rooms.

The 2nd floor study rooms can be reserved up to one week in advance for a maximum of two hours per day per individual or group. Reservations can be made in person, on the telephone at (847) 438-3433 ext. 502, or via e-mail or instant messaging. Please note that we will hold your reservation for 15 minutes after the scheduled time, after which your room could be given to another patron.   

If you need to cancel your reservation, please contact the Reference Desk. We reserve the right to switch reservations with comparable rooms. 
 

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