Your library provides small, enclosed rooms as quiet study space for individuals, pairs, or for a group up to six people. You must be age 10 or older to use the study room. If a room is not reserved, you may use it on a first-come, first-served basis. However, you must check with a librarian at the circulation desk before using the room.
What you should know about reserving a room for use
- Rooms are reserved, and used, for up to 2 hours per day
- You may extend your use by one hour provided no one else has made a reservation
- Reserved rooms will be held for 10 minutes past the time reserved, and then will be made available to the next patron in line
- A group reservation is made under one name only, and other members of the group may not make a reservation to gain more than two hours of reserved time
- Study rooms must be vacated 15 minutes before library closing time
How to be a considerate user
As the study rooms are not sound-proof, we ask you to keep your voices down if you are in a group, or if you are using a cell phone. Please remember that you are part of a community of library users who want to learn as much as you do. You will be asked to leave if you disturb others or engage in otherwise inappropriate behavior.
Please leave the study room as you found it by placing waste items in the trash. Don’t forget to take your books, notes, electronic devices, etc. with you.
Best wishes for success in your studies.
Adopted by the Delafield Public Library Board of Trustees on September 12, 2017