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Study Rooms

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Location:  Central Library, Upper Level

There are three (3) study rooms at the Central Library near the public computer area.

  • Study rooms can accommodate groups of 2-5 people; not for individual use.
  • Study rooms can be reserved daily on a first come, first serve basis
  • Groups must request to reserve a study room in person at the Reference Desk on the second floor of the Central Library. 
  • The library will not accept telephone or e-mail requests to use the study rooms.
  • Customers may only schedule one 2-hour study room session at a time, and must wait until their current session is over before scheduling a new session.
  • Reservations for Study Rooms will be honored for 10 minutes past the requested time.  Failure to arrive within 10 minutes of the requested time will result in a forfeiture of the reserved room.
  • The library's free Wi-Fi is accessible inside the Study Rooms.
  • Please read Study Room Policies before reserving.

Charles Sword Meeting Room

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Location:  Central Library, Upper Level

The Sword Meeting Room is located upstairs in the southwest corner of the Central Library. 

  • Use of the Sword Room requires a minimum of 6 people and cannot exceed 14  people.
  • The room may be reserved for use during library hours for a maximum of four (4) hours per group.
  • Reservations will be honored for 10 minutes past the requested time.
  • No commercial activity, which collects fees from others in your group, is permitted.
  • Snacks are permitted in the room.
  • There is no telephone line in the room or a/v equipment of any kind.
  • The library's free Wi-Fi is accessible inside the meeting room.
  • The room is located in a quiet area of the library, therefore groups must keep the noise to a minimum until inside the room with the door closed.
  • The room may be reserved a maximum of four (4) weeks in advance.
  • Customers must have a NBPL library card on file before using the Sword Meeting Room, but do not need a card to reserve the room. 
  • Customers who have reserved the meeting room should check in at the Reference Desk on the upper level of the Central Library to have the room opened.
  • Contact the Administration Office at (949) 717-3801 (Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.) to reserve the room.
  • Walk-ins without a reservation will not be accepted and will be redirected by Reference staff to a Study Room.

Friends Meeting Room

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Location:  Central Library, Lower Level

The Friends Meeting Room is only available to City organizations or approved non-profit organizations for free and open public lectures, workshops or meetings.  For information, contact the Administration Office at (949) 717-3801 or view our Library Meeting Room Policy