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Education & learning

Find a public computer center

You can use a computer at locations across the city. Many public computer centers also have digital skills classes and onsite staff to help you navigate the web or use the computer.

Public computer centers are part of the City’s Digital Equity Plan.

Library branches

All branches of the Free Library of Philadelphia offer public access to computers.

Rec centers and community organizations

Other organizations also offer computer access to the public. Hours vary by location. Call the computer center you’d like to visit to ask when they’re open.

North Philadelphia

Name Address Contact
Asociación Puertorriqueños en Marcha 1900 N. 9th St. (267) 296-7200
Athletic Recreation Center, Athletic Square Park 1400 N. 26th St. (215) 685-2709
Cecil B. Moore Recreation Center 2551 N. 22nd St. (215) 685-9755
Community Computer Lab, Charles Library at Temple University (registration required) 1900 N. 13th St. (215) 204-8212
Francisville Recreation Center 1737 Francis St. (215) 685-2762
North 10, Philadelphia 3890 N. 10th St. (267) 908-9000
Project HOME 1936 N. Judson St. (215) 235-2900


Northwest Philadelphia

Name Address Contact
Center in the Park
(registration required)
5818 Germantown Ave. (215) 848-7722
Happy Hollow Recreation Center 4800 Wayne Ave. (215) 685-2195
Rumph Recreation Center 100-70 E. Johnson St. (215) 685-2234


West Philadelphia

Name Address Contact
Drexel University’s Beachell Family Learning Center 3509 Spring Garden St. (215) 571-4013
VICA Technologies 4153 Lancaster Ave. (215) 386-8140


Southwest Philadelphia

Name Address Contact
African Cultural Alliance of North America 5530 Chester Ave. (215) 729-8225
Christy Recreation Center 728 S. 55th St. (215) 685-1997
Coalition of African Communities (AFRICOM) 6328 Paschall Ave., Suite B (267) 787-1302
Kingsessing Recreation Center 4901 Kingsessing Ave. (215) 685-2694