The Woodridge Public Library offers three types of meeting and study rooms.
The meeting room is unavailable during the Library renovation. It will be available again after the renovation is complete.
In addition to the Meeting Room, there are six smaller study rooms, three in the Adult Young Adult Department and three in the Children’s Department. These rooms are intended for use by small groups working on projects or students being tutored, but individuals may also use them. You do not need to be a Woodridge resident to use these rooms. In each department, two rooms seat four people, and one room seats six people. These study rooms are available for up to three hours, with time extended if no one else is waiting. Rooms may be booked a week in advance. An ID (preferably a library card) is taken when an individual or group signs in at the Adult & Young Adult or Children’s Reference Desks. The Guidelines [PDF] for use of the study rooms are posted on the doors of the rooms.
Study rooms may be unavailable during the Library renovation.
Quiet Study Room
In addition to these rooms, there is a Quiet Study Room in the Adult & Young Adult Department that seats several people. The room is wifi accessible, but no conversation is allowed in this room. It is not necessary to sign up to use this room.