Written by Joe Armstrong, Content Specialist, Downtown Main Library
Whether you like to study while listening to music, sitting with friends, or in complete tranquility, there are plenty of unique, free study spots at the Library.
Study rooms at the Library are equipped with outlets and enough space for everything you need to ace that project. There's no age requirement to reserve a free study room - and it's as easy as making a few clicks on the Library's website.
View all available study room locations and make a reservation on CHPL's Study Rooms webpage.
Study Room Locations
Sixteen CHPL branches have reservable study rooms available to reserve for free! Reserve one online using the links below - or by visiting the Library's Study Rooms webpage.
- Anderson – Reserve a Study Room
- Clifton – Reserve a Study Room
- Corryville – Reserve a Study Room
- Deer Park – Reserve a Study Room
- Downtown Main Library – Reserve a Study Room
- Green Township – Reserve a Study Room
- Greenhills – Reserve a Study Room
- Groesbeck – Reserve a Study Room
- Loveland – Reserve a Study Room
- Madeira – Reserve a Study Pod
- North Central – Reserve a Study Room
- Price Hill – Reserve a Study Room
- Reading – Reserve a Study Room
- St. Bernard – Reserve a Study Room
- Symmes Township – Reserve a Study Room
- Walnut Hills – Reserve a Study Room
Don't see your branch listed above? Every CHPL location has comfortable places to study - like these popular spaces at the Clifton branch.
Some library branches even have study pods available for walk-in use, like this one at the new Madisonville branch!
Food for Thought
It's hard to learn new things when you're hungry! While you hit the books at one of the Library's branches, check out the free after-school meals available at select library branches. Kids and teens up to age 18 can enjoy free meals Mondays through Fridays at the Library throughout the school year, thanks to a partnership with UMC Food Ministry.
View times and participating branches on the Library's Free Meals webpage.
What's your favorite place to study at the Library? Let us know in the comments below!