The Moline Public Library study rooms are for quiet study by individuals or small groups. The fundamental objective of these study rooms is to provide a suitable environment for research, study and reading.
Study rooms are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Study rooms cannot be reserved in advance. Personal items cannot be left in a study room to reserve or "hold" the room for use.
There is no fee for the use of study rooms.
|Jade Room||Adult Services Department (2nd Floor)||6 people|
|Topaz Room||Adult Services Department (2nd Floor)||6 people|
|Sapphire Room||Adult Services Department (2nd Floor)||6 people|
|Pearl Room||Adult Services Department (2nd Floor)||2 people|
|Diamond Room||Adult Services Department (2nd Floor)||2 people|
|Emerald Room||Children's Services Department (1st Floor)||4 people|
|Ruby Room||Children's Services Department (1st Floor)||4 people|
Groups exceeding the rooms' occupancy limits may be asked to leave. Groups of 2 or fewer may be asked to move to a smaller study room, if available, if groups of 3 or more request a room.
Use of the library's study rooms is limited to two separate two-hour periods per day. Exceptions may be made at the discretion of the supervising librarian or the library director.
At the discretion of the librarian, any study room left unattended for more than 20 minutes may be considered available for use by others. Items left in these unattended rooms will be considered lost and placed in the library's Lost & Found, located on the first floor at the Circulation Desk.
All study rooms should be vacated 10 minutes prior to library closing time.
Damage and Liabilities
Do not leave valuables unattended in the study rooms. The Moline Public Library assumes no responsibility for property brought into the building.
Damage to study rooms will result in loss of library privileges and possible monetary reimbursement for damage to library property.