Recent upgrades to study and meeting rooms were supported in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act as administered by the Nebraska Library Commission.
Two individual study rooms are located on the north side of Sump Memorial Library. Other study areas are available throughout the building. Study rooms are intended for quiet work or study. Study rooms can be used by a maximum of 4 people at a time. Walk-ins are welcome if there are no reservations. Find more information on reserving study rooms below.
Reserving a Study Room
Papillion Public Library uses LibCal software to reserve our study rooms. All submissions must be made twelve or more hours in advance. Study Rooms can be booked up to two weeks in advance. If the requested time is available, it will be auto-confirmed by the LibCal software. The user who has filled out the reservation must be present to gain access to the space. Study Room Reservations can be made here or by clicking the button below:
Meeting room space is provided for library programs and other public meetings of an informational, educational, cultural or civic nature. Library sponsored programs have the highest priority followed by government and then not-for-profit organizations. Permission to use meeting rooms does not in any way constitute an endorsement of the group’s policies or beliefs by the Library Board or Staff. No admission fees may be charged by individuals or groups using the meeting rooms. However, fees may be approved to cover costs of materials for short-term classes or workshops.
Papillion Public Library uses LibCal software to book our meeting rooms. All submissions must be made three or more days in advance. Submission of a request does not guarantee a booking. You will receive a separate confirmation or rejection email after your request is reviewed by Library Staff.