For Parents & Students
With your Falls Library card, students and learners of all ages can access live online tutoring from Tutor.com! Quick Facts:
Live tutors are available from 2 p.m. – midnight, seven days a week.
Tutors are qualified in a wide variety of subjects for K - 12, early college, and adult learners.
Students can connect with an expert tutor in a safe and secure online classroom.
Drop off papers or math questions for review and assistance.
Many supplemental resources are available 24/7, including test prep resources from The Princeton Review® for the ACT®/SAT®, Advanced Placement (AP®), GED course videos, and more.
To use our Tutor.com subscription, visit www.fallslibrary.org/research and select Tutor.com from the list of resources. Learners logging in from home will need to enter their library card number. (For information on how to get a library card, click here.)
Want to learn more about this tool? Browse these resources or contact us with questions.
- How It Works (English)
- How It Works (Spanish)
- Top 10 Facts for Parents (English)
- Top 10 Facts for Parents (Spanish)
- Tutor.com Press Release
Funding for Tutor.com is provided by the Libraries Accelerating Learning grant, awarded to the Cuyahoga Falls Library by the Ohio Department of Education.
The library offers regular programming designed to support small businesses and job seekers. Find resume writing classes, financial literacy, small business help and more. Visit our calendar to register.
- Project Learn's GED preparation assistance will return September 2022 to the Cuyahoga Falls Library. The program provides free assistance for those who wish to earn their Ohio High School Equivalency Diploma. Students work on reading, writing, and math skills in preparation for the GED test. Project Learn will be in the library's Chamber's Room (located on the lower level) Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays from 5 - 7:30 p.m. beginning September 3. For more information or to register, call Project Learn of Summit County at 330-434-9461.