Free, online tutoring now available to active duty

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  • By 2nd Lt. Kevin Beyer
  • 71st Force Support Squadron Education Office

VANCE AIR FORCE BASE, Okla. -- Free tutoring and homework help is now available to active duty Department of Defense members online through a program funded by the DOD Voluntary Education Program., initially an online program that provided live, online help to college and grade K-12 students in military families, has expanded to active duty DOD service members.

Eligible service members can connect to a live tutor online at any time for one-to-one anonymous help with homework, test preparation, proofreading and more.

The program was expanded to provide service members the necessary tools and resources to reach their higher learning and professional development goals.

The program provides tutoring services with background-checked experts able to help with more than 40 college subjects to include English, algebra, statistics, physics, accounting, history, physiology and world languages.

Help is also available with writing projects such as research papers and creative essays.

To use the free service, go to the website,, and click the blue button corresponding to your branch of service.

For more information, visit the Base Education Office, building 314, or call 213-7388.