Camden County Public Library now has two group study rooms. The library allows the use of the group study rooms for civic, educational, and philanthropic purposes. Use of the group study room must not interfere with the operation of the library. Meetings that would interfere with the work of the library because of noise or other factors will not be permitted.


 Reservations are kept in an appointment book at the circulation desk.

  • Group study rooms can be reserved by patrons on a first come, first served basis.
  • Patrons may reserve a group study room by phone or in person. To be fair to all patrons, reservations can be made a day in advance.
  • Each room reservation is limited to:
    • Monday through Friday – 2 hours from 9a-2p and 1 hour from 3p-6p.
    • Saturday – 1 or 2 hours from 9a-1p
  • The number of people in the group is limited to four.
  • If the patron is over 15 minutes late, their reservation may be cancelled.

Rules For Use:

  • Group study rooms can only be used during normal library hours.
  • The number of times these rooms may be scheduled each month will be based on demand.
  • Absolutely no tape, tacks, or other materials are to be used to post items or notices on walls or windows.
  • The library is not responsible for articles left in any part of the study rooms.
  • After using the room, ensure lights are turned off and everything is left neat, clean, and undamaged.

Privileges may be refused or cancelled for failure to observe rules and regulations of the group study room policy.