Jasper's Corner Homework Club

Jasper's mission is to use University of Redlands students to provide academic assistance with the goal of fostering the skills necessary to become independent, successful learners in our community.

Jasper's Corner has been providing homework help to the Redlands and surrounding communities since the program was established in 2003.

The University is pleased to offer homework assistance free of charge. The program is offered Monday through Thursday and provides assistance in almost all subjects for kindergarten through 12th grade. We are currently full but if you want to add your child to our waiting list, complete this form.





For specific times, look at the different locations offered for a precise schedule.

Fall Semester
mid-September through mid-December.

Spring Semester
mid-January through early April.

*Jasper's Corner follows the University of Redlands academic calendar and also considers Redlands Unified School District calendars.

2020-2021 Student Directors:

German Moncada, Senior, Armacost Library
Mia Martel, Junior, Armacost Library 
Hannah Levenstein, Sophomore, Armacost Library 
Olivia Gordin, Sophomore, Armacost Library

Rachel Young, Junior, First Baptist Church
Veronica Boatman, Junior, First Baptist Church

Julia Goetze, Sophomore, First Baptist Church

Alexandra Rosen, Senior, Redlands Community Center 
Sophia Bilello, Junior, Redlands Community Center

Jay Sjoberg, Sophomore, Redlands Community Center

Jesse Hardman, Senior, Plymouth Village
Amanda Riebe, Junior, Plymouth Village 


Armacost Library 3rd Floor
1200 E Colton Avenue, Redlands 92374
Monday through Thursday, 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Off Campus Sites:

First Baptist Church
51 W Olive Avenue, Redlands 92373
Monday through Thursday, 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm


Redlands Community Center 
111 W. Lugonia Avenue, Redlands 92374
Tuesdays and Thursdays, 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm


Plymouth Village 
*Exclusive to Foster Youth*
900 Salem Dr., Redlands 92373 
Tuesdays and Thursdays, 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm


For University students...
If you enjoy working with kids in an academic settings then you can become a Jasper's Corner tutor. Students typically become Jasper's Corner tutors in order to complete their CSAC, fulfill a work study award, or are simply interested in working with children and want to be involved. If you would like to become a paid Jasper's Corner tutor, you must volunteer or complete your CSAC before being considered for a paid position.

Tutors must submit an application, interview, submit a background and student conduct check, and attend training.


For inquiries, please contact the Coordinator of Children's Programs or Associate Director by calling the Office of Community Service Learning at (909) 748-8288.