A gift of Dr. Laurence and Betty Boylan, the Emporia Public Library provides three rooms for private reading and study, small group tutoring, and small meetings. These rooms are available to the public and are intended for use by adults and students 7th grade and above. One of the rooms is available on a first come, first served walk-in basis. Two of the rooms may be reserved up to one month in advance. When reserving a room a patron may request to use a laptop during the time they are using the room.
To make a reservation, contact the Adult Services Desk by phone at (620) 340-6453 or in-person (on the second floor)
Keys are available at the Adult Services Desk when a reservation is made or verified
Study room 200 includes a whiteboard, wifi access, and a whiteboard. The room seats up to four people. The room also includes one window overlooking our courtyard.
Study Room 201 includes a whiteboard, wifi access, and a whiteboard. The room seats up to four people. This is the only room out of the three that is ADA accessible. The room also has a window overlooking our courtyard.
Study Room 202 includes a whiteboard, wifi access, and a whiteboard. The room seats up to four people. The room has two windows overlooking our courtyard, municipal auditorium, and downtown Emporia.