In-person Homework Help at Saint Paul Public Library Returns September 25

Saint Paul Public Library offers free homework assistance to students of all ages at in-person, drop-in Homework Centers at five library locations and online.

SAINT PAUL, Minn. -- Saint Paul Public Library’s in-person Homework Centers return and open for drop-in assistance on September 25 at five library locations across Saint Paul. Homework Centers are free to use and offer students of all ages support, technology, and resources to study independently or with the help of volunteer tutors.

“I invite students of all ages to one of the Library’s Homework Centers,” said Maureen Hartman, Library Director. “The drop-in spaces at libraries across Saint Paul provide a resource-rich space for students to learn together and connect with tutors and technology to help them succeed in school and their studies.”

In addition to help from volunteer tutors, students have access to computers, printers, reference books, school supplies and a comfortable space to study at all Homework Centers. Saint Paul Public Library’s in-person Homework Centers schedule is:

Arlington Hills Community Center
1200 Payne Ave, 55130, 651-632-3870
Monday-Wednesday, 4:00 - 7:00 p.m.

Highland Park Library
1974 Ford Pkwy, 55116, 651-695-3700
Monday-Wednesday, 4:00 - 7:00 p.m.

Rice Street Library
1011 Rice Street, 55117, 651-558-2223
Monday and Tuesday, 4:00 - 7:00 p.m.
Sunday, 1:00 - 4:00 p.m.

Rondo Library
461 Dale Street N, 55103, 651-266-7400
Monday-Thursday, 4:00 - 7:00 p.m.

Sun Ray Library
2105 Wilson Ave, 55119, 651-501-6300
Monday and Tuesday, 4:00 - 7:00 p.m.

Along with in-person homework assistance, Saint Paul Public Library also offers one-to-one homework help online every day from 1-11 p.m. in English and Spanish for students of all ages. Online homework help, available on the Library’s website through HelpNow, can be accessed from anywhere using a library card. More information is available at

All Saint Paul Public School students, along with students at some charter and private schools in Saint Paul, automatically receive a virtual library card through the Library Go program. Students can use their school ID number to check out e-materials using the Libby app or up to ten physical items at the library and access other services, like databases and online homework help.

“Library Go provides all students in Saint Paul with the opportunity to learn and connect to resources at library,” said Hartman. “The virtual card is easy to use and impossible to lose.”

For more information on Saint Paul Public Library’s services for students, families, and educators, including Homework Centers and Library Go, can be found at

Support for Homework Centers is provided by The Friends of the Saint Paul Public Library, RBC Foundation, and Xcel Energy.