Study Room

Study Room 

 

The primary purpose of the study rooms is to provide space for small groups to meet and work. The rooms may be used free of charge during normal hours of operation. Use of the room for financial gain is prohibited. This includes the selling of goods and/or services and fundraising.  

 

  • The rooms may be reserved up to 90 days in advance or on the same day for a maximum of three hours per day. Reservations are made on a first come, first served basis. 
  • Each room has a table and chairs and will accommodate up to six comfortably. 
  • Reservations may be made by patrons ages 12 and older. For patrons under age 12, a parent or guardian must make the reservation and be in the room while in use. 
  • Patrons can view study room availability, reserve a room, and manage their reservations through the Library’s digital reservation software, calling, or stopping into the library. In the digital reservation software, clicking on Request a Meeting Room and making a request to use a study room constitutes understanding and acceptance of the Library’s policies. Failure to abide by Library policies may result in loss of future privileges.  
  • Cancellations should be made as soon as possible. Reservations will be canceled if the patron is fifteen or more minutes late for the reservation start time. 
  • A vacated room will be considered abandoned after 15 minutes and assigned to the next patron. 
  • Reservations are not transferable.  
  • Eating and drinking are prohibited, with the exception of covered beverages. 
  • The Library assumes no liability for theft or damage to property brought onto Library property. 
  • The room must be left in clean condition. Library furniture should not be moved in or out of the room. 
  • Alert library staff when leaving the room early to make room available to others. 
  • The Library reserves the right to cancel at any time due to acts of nature or situations warranting an emergency closing at the facility. By policy, the Library will be closed when Licking County declares a Level II or Level III snow emergency. 
  • Exit promptly when the session ends. If the room is occupied during a scheduled reservation start time, contact library staff.