8109 Concord Road
Brentwood, TN, 37027
|Monday|| 9 AM - 6 PM
|Tuesday|| 9 AM - 6 PM
|Wednesday|| 9 AM - 6 PM
|Thursday|| 9 AM - 6 PM
|Friday|| 9 AM - 6 PM
|Saturday|| 10 AM - 6 PM
|Sunday|| 1 PM - 6 PM
Study rooms and meeting rooms are unavailable until further notice.
There are five study rooms available for individual or group use. Two study rooms (Doan and Shaw) have a table in the center and can hold up to 8 people. The other three study rooms (Bell, Leadership, Frisch) have lounge chairs with tablet arms and hold up to 6 people.
- Study room doors are generally intended to be locked at all times.
- Study rooms cannot go over their set capacity due to fire code regulations set by the city. If your group is too large for the room reserved you will be asked to split the group up into multiple rooms or to find another space in the library to work.
To find out more information about the study rooms, including a full policies list, please click here.
The Fall Conference Room may be used by groups for up to 18 people. Must have a minimum group size of 8 people to reserve.
Please note: If you plan on using the audio-visual equipment, please bring your presentation on a flash drive. A personal computer cannot connect directly to the projection system. Use of the internet and the Microsoft office suite is, however, available.
To find out more information about the conference room, please click here.
- Accommodates up to 110 people – for larger groups, select the “both meeting room A & meeting room B” option on the booking form. Library staff will email you if your initial requested option is unavailable.
- Did you know you could incur fees up to $1,000!? Be sure to read the checklist and policies to avoid unwanted charges.
To reserve a meeting or read its policies, please click here.
Study rooms, the Conference Room, and the Meeting Rooms cannot go over their set capacities due to fire code regulations set by the city. If your group is too large for the room reserved you will be asked to split the group up into multiple rooms or to find another space in the library to work.