Study at the Library

Did you know that most of the branches in the Alachua County Library District have study rooms that you can use? It's easy and convenient, too! Study rooms can be reserved on a first-come, first-served basis, with requests being made the same day as the reservation. You can book a study room in person or by calling your preferred branch. Study rooms may be reserved for a maximum of two hours at a time and reservations may be extended based on availability.

Need a bigger space? You can reserve meeting rooms in advance online using the links below or by calling your preferred branch.

Locations with study rooms:

Headquarters Library
Five study rooms, each with a table and chairs. Capacity ranges from 2 to 6 people. Each room has a dry erase board and markers are available upon request.

Alachua Branch
Two study rooms, each with a table, four chairs, and a wall plug. 

Cone Park Branch
One study room with a table and chairs for up to 8 people. 

High Springs Branch
Two small study rooms, each with a table and chairs for up to 5 people. Each room has a dry erase board and markers are available upon request.

Library Partnership Branch
Two small study rooms, each with a table and chairs for up to 4 people.

Millhopper Branch
Three small study rooms, each with a table and chairs for up to 4 people. Each room has a dry erase board and markers are available upon request.

Newberry Branch
Two small study rooms, each with a table and chairs for up to 4 people. Each room has a dry erase board and markers are available upon request. 

Tower Branch
Three small study rooms, each with a table and chairs for up to 4 people. Each room has a dry erase board and markers are available upon request. 

Waldo Branch
Two small study rooms, each with a table and chairs for up to 4 people. Each room has a dry erase board and markers are available upon request. 

Posted by CrissyH on August 7, 2021