At the Santori Library
You may also call Event Specialist Bonnie Sebby to reserve a study rooms and meeting rooms at 630-264-4165.
At the Eola Road Branch
You may also call the reference desk to reserve a study room at 630-264-3420.
At the West Branch
You may also call the reference desk to reserve a study room at 630-264-3620.
Are there other spaces designated as quiet study spaces?
At the Santori Library, there is a designated quiet reading room on the 3rd floor.
At the Eola Rd. branch there are 2 quiet reading rooms. The Adult Reading Room can be found at the far east end of the 2nd floor, past the magazines. The Silent Reading Room is located just off the computer lab.
Study rooms are used for a variety of purposes, including group study, private study, meetings, interviews, and so on. Tutors may use the study rooms as long as they abide by the library’s general tutor policy. The library code of conduct still applies in study rooms, and users may be asked to leave if there’s a problem.
No, study rooms are not soundproof. While using a study room, keep conversations or phone calls at low volume and be mindful of your neighbors. It is normal to hear background noise, voices, etc. from other rooms or the hall. You’re welcome to speak to a staff member if the noise from other users becomes distracting, but we cannot guarantee silence.
Adults and teens with a current, valid library card may reserve study rooms up to 48 hours in advance through the online reservation system. The maximum length of time for study room use is 2 hours. Law firms, businesses, and other organizations have the additional option to reserve a conference or meeting room using the online room reservation system. The hourly charge for each room is listed in its description, and must be paid before the reservation will be confirmed.
ph : 630-723-2525