Locations

Reserve A Room

Study Rooms

In some GRRL libraries, study rooms are available and may be scheduled for use by individual users. Be sure to call ahead to make sure your local library has a study room and that it is available for use at a time you desire.

Meeting Rooms

Contact your local library to discover if there is a conference or meeting room available for use by the public. Should there be one, each locality will have its own room reservation procedure.

Computer Workstations

Every GRRL library has computer workstations that can be reserved for specific times and that are connected to the Internet via the high-speed library network. The library’s computer workstations are loaded with the Microsoft Office suite, so they may be used for preparing letters, resumes, and other documents that can then be printed out for 10 cents per page on the library’s printers.

What patrons can do:

Tours

Each GRRL library conducts class visits and tours. Please call the local library to make arrangements in advance of your visit or tour.

An online form is available for those wishing to set up a tour of the St. Cloud branch.

Assistive Technology

At its headquarters location in St. Cloud, GRRL provides computer stations specially adapted for use by people with impaired vision and for those with mobility difficulties. The library also offers video relay service (VRS) for users of American Sign Language.

Several other locations also provide screen magnifiers to make use of library computers more accessible for people with impaired vision.

Hearing-Impaired Services

At its headquarters location in St. Cloud, GRRL provides computer stations specially adapted for use by people with impaired vision and for those with mobility difficulties. The library also offers video relay service (VRS) for users of American Sign Language.

Several other locations also provide screen magnifiers to make use of library computers more accessible for people with impaired vision.

Internet Workstations

Every GRRL library has computer workstations that can be reserved for specific times and that are connected to the Internet via the high-speed library network. The library's computer workstations are loaded with the Microsoft Office suite, so that library users may use them for preparing letters, resumes and other documents that can then be printed out at nominal cost on the library's printers.

Contact a branch library to make a reservation.