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Everything you need to know about Tutor.com for Military Families.

Subjects Covered

  • GED PREP
  • MATH
    • Algebra I
    • Algebra II
    • Geometry
    • Trigonometry
    • Calculus
    • Statistics
  • SCIENCE
    • Earth Science
    • Biology
    • Chemistry
    • Physics
  • ENGLISH
  • SOCIAL STUDIES
  • RESUME HELP
  • PROOFPOINT™

Eligible U.S. Military Members Get Free College Tutoring

Tutor.com for U.S. Military families offers free college tutoring to eligible service members to help them succeed in school as they balance work and college.

Access to free college tutors 24/7

Military college students who juggle a work schedule with a school schedule usually need access to extra help at different times of the day. Through Tutor.com for Military Families, eligible service members can work with a college tutor for free. The program is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to meet the demands of a military lifestyle and can be accessed from any internet-enabled computer or handheld device worldwide.

Get help in more than 20 college subjects

Tutors are available in more than 20 introductory college subjects in math, science, social studies and English. Military college students can get help with everything from basic math to biology to statistics.

Free proofreading and writing help

Writing papers is a constant requirement in college. Eligible military students in college get access to free proofreading and writing help, so you can get a tutor to check your paper for grammar, punctuation, and spelling before you turn it in.

Am I eligible?

Check the eligibility page to find out if you qualify for free access to college tutoring through the Tutor.com for U.S. Military Families program. 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.

 

The Tutor.com 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.