The Homework Center is closed, and there is no Math/Physics tutoring.
While the Homework Center is closed, call 303-661-1175 to connect with a Homework Center librarian for help with a variety of academic subjects, or use the form to set up a time for a call. Ask a Librarian
About the Homework Center
The Homework Center, dedicated to Gaea Shaw, is a welcoming place where students can find the homework help they need. Volunteer tutors offer free tutoring in a variety of subjects for students from 3rd grade through high school. Bilingual tutors are available.
Sessions are typically held Monday-Thursday during the school year.
For more than 20 years the Lafayette Library has offered free, drop-in homework help! Read more about our history, and the students and volunteers that make this service so special!
Gaea Shaw was the leader, spirit, and soul of the Homework Center for 13 years. Her skill and passion marked her years
as coordinator of one of the Library’s most successful programs, and her guidance and commitment made an enormous
impact on the lives of many children, adults, and families. Read the whole tribute