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Free Online Tutoring and Homework Help for Students in U.S. Military Families

The for U.S. Military Families program gives students in eligible military families access to free online tutoring and free homework help from live, expert tutors in more than 40 subjects.

Students in military families who are moving frequently or dealing with a deployed parent can rely on our tutors for expert help staying on top of tonight’s homework or catching up on missed concepts and lessons—at no cost.

How do I know if I’m eligible for free online tutoring and homework help?

Students in U.S. military families are eligible for free homework help and tutoring through the for U.S. Military Families program. Check out the complete eligibility list to find out if you and your family qualify for free access. For additional details, visit the sign-up page for your service branch by clicking the corresponding “Get Help Right Now!” blue button at the right.

I’m eligible. When can I use the program?

Anytime you need it. Our tutors are online 24/7, and you never need an appointment. Once you create an account you can log in any time at or through our mobile app, to Go.

Where do I access the free program?

Everything is online, so you can access the program from any internet-enabled computer worldwide through a web browswer at or through the mobile app, to Go.

Free tutors? Are they qualified to help me?

Absolutely. All our tutors are real people who are expert in the subjects they tutor. Every tutor is screened and background-checked. They tutor every skill level from elementary to advanced, and they can also help eligible military adult students with introductory college courses, adult learning, and career transitions.

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How exactly does the tutor help me?

You and the tutor will work together in a secure online classroom, where you can chat, draw on a shared whiteboard, upload files, and browse the web together. Every tutoring session is anonymous, and no personal information is ever shared between tutor and student.

What subjects and grade levels can I get help with?

K-12 students can get help in more than 40 academic subjects, including algebra, chemistry, calculus, and physics.

Eligible military adult learners can get back-to-school, college and career transition help, including GED prep and resume writing.

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The for U.S. Military Families program is funded by the Department of Defense MWR Library Program, Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program and Navy General Library Program. Continued Department of Defense sponsorship of this program is dependent on the availability of DoD funds.