Homework Centers are comfortable spaces at the library where students of all ages can drop in and work on their homework independently or with the help of volunteer tutors.
The centers are equipped with comfortable furniture, Wi-Fi, computers with internet access, printers, reference books, and school supplies for student use.
Hours and Locations
Homework Centers will be closed:
- March 19 and 20
- March 28 - April 6
- April 17
- April 20
- May 1
- May 25 and 26
Arlington Hills  - Hot Spot
Last Day for Homework Help: March 13
Look for us at the new Arlington Hills Library, opening in late May at 1200 Payne Avenue!
Coordinator: Alaina Kozma (Alaina.Kozma@ci.stpaul.mn.us )
Dayton's Bluff  - The Zone
Coordinator: Peter Borgen (Peter.Borgen@ci.stpaul.mn.us )
Rice Street  - STARS (Students Together Afterschool @ Rice Street)
Coordinator: Ian Lempke (firstname.lastname@example.org )
Riverview  - SHAC (Student Homework and Activity Center)
Coordinator: Joseph Goodall (Joseph.Goodall@ci.stpaul.mn.us )
Rondo  - SWAMP (School Work And Mentoring Place)
Coordinator: Eric Whalen (Eric.Whalen@ci.stpaul.mn.us )
Sun Ray  - Sun SPOT (Study Place Offering Tutoring)
During the renovation of the Sun Ray Library, homework assistance is available at:
Conway Recreation Center
Coordinator: Leslie Spring (Leslie.Spring@ci.stpaul.mn.us )
Thank you to the following foundations for their support of the Homework Centers:
Volunteer at a Homework Center
The success of the Saint Paul Public Library's Homework Centers depends on the dedication and hard work of our interns and volunteers.
Do you want to make an impact on a student's life? Become a volunteer tutor at a Homework Center and make a real difference!
Be a tutor by helping, listening, and serving as a positive role model. Tutors must be patient, flexible, willing to have fun, and be able to communicate with the library's diverse customers.
For more information about becoming a Homework Center tutor call 651-266-7433 or download the Volunteer Tutoring brochure and application !