Get free help with your schoolwork! Columbus Metropolitan Library’s School Help Centers are NOW OPEN at 22 of its 23 locations. K-12 students once again have a free place to get help with their schoolwork from friendly staff and volunteers. School Help Centers offer students access to welcoming spaces to study and learn, as well as computers, printers, digital research tools and the library’s entire catalog, including eBooks. Columbus Metropolitan Library has what students need to succeed in school: friendly staff and volunteers to help, welcoming spaces to study and learn and access to technology and resources.
Visit https://www.columbuslibrary.org/school-help/ to find hours at the library location nearest you.
Columbus Metropolitan Library’s Main Library and 22 branches in Franklin County serve people of all ages, every day, providing essential programs and services to build a thriving community where wisdom prevails. A key focus for the library is helping young minds build a foundation for a successful life by encouraging learning and growth. Its annual Summer Reading Challenge keeps kids and teens reading during the summer so they can maintain critical reading and learning skills necessary for school success when they return in the fall.
Hours vary by location; please visit https://www.columbuslibrary.org/library-locations for each branch's hours.