Meeting & Study Rooms
Eisenhower has study rooms available for groups of six and under.
- Norridge and Harwood Heights residents with valid library cards may reserve study rooms up to one week in advance.
- Non-residents and residents without valid library cards may reserve the next available room in-person, on a first-come, first-served basis (During the COVID 19 pandemic, study rooms are only available to Norridge and Harwood Heights residents with valid library cards).
- Study room reservations are limited to two hours per person, per day.
- Reservations will be held for 30 minutes. Any room left unoccupied for 30 minutes or more may be reassigned. Forfeited reservations count as the two hour limit for the day. A no-show patron cannot book again that day.
- The patron who made the reservation must be in the room for the duration of the reservation.
- The library is not responsible for personal items left in study rooms.
To reserve a study room, call 708-867-2299, or ask at any library service desk.
Please be aware that our study rooms are not soundproof. Conversations should be kept at a reasonable volume. For more information, please see our official Study Room Policy.
We also offer our meeting room at no charge to non-profit groups of up to 100, when reserved by a resident of Norridge or Harwood Heights with a valid Eisenhower Library card. Meeting room reservations are contingent upon availability. To request a meeting room, please fill out the form below or download and print our Meeting Use Agreement form and return it to the the library in person.
Reservation requests must be submitted at least seven days in advance of requested date and are not confirmed until you have received a response from library staff.
Under certain circumstances, meeting rooms are available for non-commercial meetings of for-profit businesses and groups for a fee. A fee schedule and meeting room regulations are set forth in our official Meeting Room Policy.