Library Room Reservations

Group Study & Project Rooms

Duke University students, faculty and staff may reserve group study rooms in the Libraries for a maximum of three hours per day. Learn more about places to study, listed by room features and location.


Perkins and Bostock

Perkins and Bostock Libraries



The Edge

The Edge


Learn more about project rooms for long-term shared use.


Lilly Library

Lilly Library



Music Library

Music Library



Goodson Law School Library

Goodson Law School Library

Learn about study spaces you can reserve.



Medical Center Library

Medical Center Library

Learn about study spaces you can reserve.



The Link

The Link

Learn about study spaces you can reserve.



Interview Rooms

Duke students, staff and faculty may book either of the interview rooms (Perkins 130 and Perkins B09) for a maximum of one hour per day.

Reserve an Interview Room

Spaces for Organizational Meetings

Duke University Libraries have several rooms that can be used for academically focused organizational meetings. Use of these rooms is for research-related events (e.g., author talks, panels, guest lectures). If you would like to reserve space for general club meetings or social events, please consider other options (e.g., University Center Activities & Events, Wellness Center, the Link).

See our Meeting Space Policies and Guidelines for more information about use of our meeting spaces.


Perkins and Bostock

Perkins, Bostock, and Rubenstein Libraries

Request a meeting space



Events in The Edge

The Edge

The Edge


Learn more about hosting an event in The Edge.


Other Meeting Spaces

Lilly Library

Lilly Library

Contact Lilly Library to learn more about the Thomas Room at Lilly Library.



Music Library

Music Library

Contact the Music Library to learn more about using the Seminar Room in the Music Library.



Medical Center Library

Medical Center Library

Learn about meeting spaces you can reserve.



The Link

The Link

Learn about spaces you can reserve.