Reserve a Study Room

Study rooms are available for individual quiet study, group study, tutoring and small meetings. Study rooms can be reserved online through our online reservation tool or by calling the library at 330.653.6658.

*It is recommended that users refresh their web browsers and check their DIBS confirmation email to ensure the correct date and time was reserved for a study room.

Rules for Use of Study Rooms

  • Study rooms can be reserved up to one week in advance using our online reservation tool.
  • One person or group may reserve ONE 2 hour period per day. At the end of 2 hours, patrons interested in continuing their use of the room must come to the reference desk to inquire if the room has been reserved. If the room is available, an additional hour may be reserved.
  • No selling of merchandise or profit making is permitted.
  • No food is permitted in the study rooms. Covered drinks are allowed.
  • Study room reservations will be held for 10 minutes. After that time, staff will have the option to offer that room to another patron.
  • The use of study rooms for parties or similar social events is prohibited.
  • Modification of any space or installation of decorations or visual props on walls or ceilings with tape, pushpins or any other installation that would result in damage to interior finishes is strictly prohibited.
  • A movable white board and dry erase markers are available upon request  (available on a first-come first-serve basis for 2nd Floor Study Rooms)

* FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE RULES MAY RESULT IN PERMANENT LOSS OF STUDY ROOM PRIVILEGES

1st Floor Study Rooms

  • Hudson Education Association Study Room (1-8 people)
  • Western Reserve Academy Study Room (1-8 people)
  • *Captain Jerry Lindh Study Room (Cannot be reserved online, sign up in the Teen Room for use by teens or adult working with teen)

 

 

2nd Floor Study Rooms

  • Millie T. Bubb Study Room (1-8 people)
  • Faul Family Study Room (1-8 people)
  • Gerald S. Kanter Study Room (1-10 people)