Homework Help Center

Got Homework? We've got help!

There are lots of ways you can get the help you need at the Library.


About the Do Your Homework @ the Library Program

The Do Your Homework @ the Library program is part of Mayor Faulconer's One San Diego plan to re-establish the City's libraries as centers for learning and civic engagement.
The program includes:
  • Free access to paid tutors and caring volunteers who are available to help K-8 students with their homework assignments;
  • Free access to school supplies and materials; and
  • Free access to computers, online research tools, and other digital resources available at the library.

See PDF icon Mayor's Press Release for more details about the program.

For questions about the program, please contact Marina (Rina) Claudio-Perez at [email protected].


The Union Bank Homework Center at the Central Library is open Monday - Thursday:

  • Central Library, 330 Park Blvd, 92101 | (619) 236-5800
The Union Bank Homework Center is located on the second floor of the Central Library @ Joan Λ Irwin Jacobs Common. At the Homework Center, students in grades kindergarten through 12 can get in-person homework help from teachers on staff, as well as volunteer "homework coaches."
For more information, please visit our Union Bank Homework Center page.

The following branch Homework Centers are open Monday - Thursday:

  • City Heights/Weingart: 3795 Fairmount Ave, 92105; (619) 641-6100
  • College-Rolando: 6600 Montezuma Road, 92115; (619) 533-3902
  • Linda Vista: 2160 Ulric St, 92111; (858) 573-1399
  • Logan Heights: 567 South 28th St, 92113; (619) 533-3968
  • North Clairemont: 4616 Clairemont Drive, 92117; (858) 581-9931
  • Otay Mesa-Nestor: 3003 Coronado Ave, 92154; (619) 424-0474
  • San Ysidro: 101 West San Ysidro Blvd, 92173; (619) 424-0475
  • Scripps Miramar Ranch: 10301 Scripps Lake Drive, 92131; (858) 538-8158
  • Valencia Park/Malcolm X: 5148 Market St, 92114; (619) 527-3405

Service Calendar

PDF icon 2016 Summer Calendar


We need volunteers! Do you have what it takes?

Learn more about volunteer opportunities at the library here.

If you have questions or are interested in volunteering as a homework coach, contact the Library's Youth and School Services Librarian at 619-238-6685.

Online Homework Help & Resources

Brainfuse HelpNow

Serving students with online tutoring for 14 years. Free online help for homework assignments is as close as your computer with HelpNow from Brainfuse.


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