A limited number of study rooms are now available with reduced capacity. Meeting room reservations are suspended during this time. Learn more here.
The Library has study rooms that may be used by small groups or individuals and are free of charge. Study rooms in the Youth Services department on the second floor are reserved for patrons under 18 years of age or those accompanying a minor.
Westmont cardholders may reserve a study room up to 3 days in advance for up to 2 hours at a time. Non-cardholders can use the room on a first-come first-served basis. Patrons who arrive more than 15 minutes late forfeit their room reservation.
Up to two people may occupy study rooms A, B, G, or H; one person may use study room C. Masks covering the nose and mouth must be worn at all times inside the study rooms.
How to Reserve a Room
Reserving a study room or meeting room is simple:
- Choose a date and time.
- Pick an available space.
- Log in with your library card number and PIN. (Note: You must have an email associated with your library account.)
- Fill in the required information and submit.
You will receive a confirmation email when your reservation is approved.
Kwasek Meeting Room and Community Meeting Room
The Kwasek Meeting Room, located on the second floor, can accommodate 50 people and is a great option for large groups looking for a meeting space. The Community Meeting Room, located on the first floor, can accommodate up to 30 people and is a great option for smaller groups looking for a meeting space.
Both rooms can be booked by Westmont cardholders up to 90 days in advance. For more information, please read our Meeting Room Use Policy. Audio-visual equipment is available for both meeting rooms and can be requested upon reservation.