Homework Help

Many Twin Cities libraries offer free homework assistance programs during the school year.

Saint Paul

All homework help programs at St. Paul libraries are called Homework Centers . Listed here are libraries near refugee communities which sponsor this program.

STARS

The Rice Street Library offers STARS (Students Together Afterschool @ Rice Street) as a quiet, comfortable space for all students, regardless of age, to do homework. Also, STARS provides free tutors, school supplies, computers, and printing.
Web Site
1011 Rice Street
Saint Paul, MN
651-558-2223
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Sun SPOT

The Sun Ray Library offers SPOT (Study Place Offering Tutoring) to provide students with free tutoring, school supplies, and computers.

Web Site
2105 Wilson Ave
Saint Paul, MN
651-501-6300
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SWAMP

The Rondo Community Outreach Library offers SWAMP (School Work And Mentoring Place) for students of all ages to do homework independently, work with a tutor, or use free computers.

Web Site
461 N Dale Street
Saint Paul, MN
651-266-7400
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The Zone

Dayton’s Bluff Library sponsors The Zone for students of all ages to do homework, ask a tutor for help, or use free computers and office supplies.

Web Site
645 E 7th Street
Saint Paul, MN
651-793-1699
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Minneapolis

All homework help programs at Minneapolis libraries are called Homework Hub. Listed here are libraries near refugee communities which sponsor this program.

East Lake

2727 East Lake Street
Minneapolis, MN
952-847-8425
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Franklin

1314 E Franklin Avenue
Minneapolis, MN
952-847-2925
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Hosmer
347 E 36th Street
Minneapolis, MN
952-847-2900
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North Regional

1315 N Lowry Avenue
Minneapolis, MN
952-847-8450
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